12 November 2012

Angola: SADC Official Calls for Nation and Zambia Union for Development

Lusaka — The deputy executive secretary of SADC, the Angolan João Samuel Caholo, exhorted the private sectors of Angola and Zambia to make efforts so that the projects of common interest may be enhanced with emphasis on Lobito corridor.

The official said so while addressing on Saturday in Lusaka on themes "The Regional Integration and importance of Lobito Corridor for the cooperation and development of Angola and Zambia, under the festivities of the 37th anniversary of the national independence.

He recalled that the communities of both countries must be engaged in the projects of Lobito Corridor and Benguela Railways Company (CFB) so that they may benefit the trade between the two bordering nations.

Addressing to diplomatic body accredited in Zambia, politicians, professors, businesspeople and Angolan community, the secretary highlighted the contribution that Lobito Corridor may bring in terms of circulation of goods and economic growth of the region, in particular in Angola and Zambia.

Joao Caholo hghlighted that the Angolan state hás been creating a range of facilities to permit the operationality of commercial transactions.

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