Prensa Latina seeks greater cooperation with ANGOP

  • Secretário de Estado visitou delegação da Angop no Zaire (Foto Arquivo)
Luanda - The head of the Prensa Latina, Luis González, reaffirmed Friday the interest in strengthening cooperation with the Angola Press Agency (ANGOP).

The interest is expressed in a congratulatory message on the 45th anniversary of the Angola News Agency, which highlights the long and fruitful history of bilateral collaboration.

In the message, the head of Cuban news agency greets the CEO of the Angola News Agency, Josué Isaías, and expresses the desire to see ANGOP continue to reap new successes in its important media work.

For the Cuban journalist, it is important to recall ANGOP's valuable contributions to the Coordinators Committee of the Non-Aligned Countries news agency pool, as well as to the emerging of the Pan-African news agency.

With a daily broadcast of 24 hours in several languages, ANGOP has a growing impact on readers and users, which reveals a commendable effort undertaken by its leaders and workers, Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez summarized Prensa Latina's interest in strengthening collaboration agreements, especially this year when Cuba and Angola celebrate 45 years of diplomatic relations.

The interest is expressed in a congratulatory message on the 45th anniversary of the Angola News Agency, which highlights the long and fruitful history of bilateral collaboration.

In the message, the head of Cuban news agency greets the CEO of the Angola News Agency, Josué Isaías, and expresses the desire to see ANGOP continue to reap new successes in its important media work.

For the Cuban journalist, it is important to recall ANGOP's valuable contributions to the Coordinators Committee of the Non-Aligned Countries news agency pool, as well as to the emerging of the Pan-African news agency.

With a daily broadcast of 24 hours in several languages, ANGOP has a growing impact on readers and users, which reveals a commendable effort undertaken by its leaders and workers, Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez summarized Prensa Latina's interest in strengthening collaboration agreements, especially this year when Cuba and Angola celebrate 45 years of diplomatic relations.