7 November 2012

Angola: President Dos Santos Analyzes Cooperation With Ghana's Envoy

Luanda — The Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, on Wednesday here debated with the special envoy of Ghana's President, Kogo Tsikata, matters related to the bilateral co-operation, Angop has learnt.

"I had the opportunity to providing information at the level of the two Presidents, with regard to the situation in the Economic Community of the Western Africa (Ecowas), mainly in Mali. These were the main points of the audience, but the main goal was the reinforcement of the bilateral co-operation", said the envoy of the President John Dramani Mahama.

The diplomat told press that he was sent to the country, taking into account the warmth existing relations between the Republics of Angola and of Ghana.

Commenting on the relations, he said that last May was held the first session of the bilateral commission, in Accra city, in Ghana.

"I had the opportunity of informing President José Eduardo dos Santos about the results of this meeting, as well as its progress with regard to the implementation", said the special envoy.

According to him, it is very important that Angolans have a solid, strong and deepen leading and for this reason we seize the occasion to congratulate President José Eduardo dos Santos, and MPLA party for the victory on August 31, 2012 general elections.

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