Luanda — The Portuguese Deputy Minister and also Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Miguel Relvas, arrived on Wednesday night in Luanda for a two-day working visit in Angola.
Angop learnt from a source that the Portuguese minister is in Angolan on account of the participation of his country in Luanda's International Trade Fair (FILDA).
The source said that during his stay in Angola, the minister will meet with the Angolan Minister of State for Economic Coordination, Manuel Vicente.
Miguel Relvas will visit FILDA, to witness the celebrations of Portugal Day, which is participating in the event with 87 companies.
FILDA counts on the participation of the countries such as Angola, Brazil, Portugal, Spain, China, France, England, US, India, Tunisia, Norway, Italy, Ghana, Argentina, Kenya, Germany, Equatorial Guinea, Pakistan, Cape Verde, Turkey, Holland, Mozambique, South Korea, Thailand, Egypt, Zambia, Cuba, Nigeria, Malaysia, Indonesia, Senegal, Macau and Singapore.