11 July 2012

Angola: Govt and China Discuss Military Judicial Cooperation

Luanda — Aspects related to the reinforcement of cooperation between the military attorneys of Angola and China were analysed this Wednesday in Luanda in a meeting between the Angolan Minister of Defence, Cândido Van-Dúnem and Chinese Military Prosecutor, major-general Li Xiao Feng.

Speaking to the press at the end of the meeting, the Chinese official said that his stay in Angola aims mainly to reinforce the exchange in the military judicial domain between both countries.

Still on Wednesday, major-general Li Xiao Feng met with his Angolan counterpart, with whom he discussed issues related to common interest.

The Chinese delegation is in Luanda since Tuesday and will end its visit on Thursday.

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