Angola: Congo and Nation's Reciprocal Solidarity Highlighted

Brazzaville — The Angolan ambassador to Congo, Pedro Fernando Mavunza, highlighted on Thursday in Brazzaville the existing acting and reciprocal solidarity between the people of both countries.

The diplomat said so to the special envoy of the National Radio of Angola (RNA).

According to him, this solidarity is dated back then the struggle of the Angolan liberation, led by o MPLA from the Congolese territory, toward to the peace and stability of the two countries, as well as well-being of the people of both nations.

Pedro Mavunza considered excellent the bilateral relations that are based on accord of friendship and cooperation in Luanda on 24 September in 1976, which defines its multifaceted ties.

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