Angola: Brazil Wants to Cooperate With Angola in Legislative Sector

Brazil is willing to cooperate with Angola in the legislative domain, thus seeking to facilitate a better integration of peoples from both countries in the policies of the Governments.

This was said to the press by the Brazilian ambassador to Angola, Ana Lucy Petersen, at the end of an audience she was granted by the National Assembly (Angolan Parliament) speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.

The diplomat on the occasion stated that she discussed with the Angolan Parliament speaker the prospect for legislative cooperation between both states.

She also spoke of the need to have reactivated the Angola/Brazil Parliamentary Group as a crucial nucleus to outline cooperation strategies.

Ana Lucy Petersen deplored the fact that the said group does not meet for quite some time and spoke of the need for a new boost.

"I think there are many steps towards this new cooperation, since the conditions are chosen and established. We will start contacts between MPs from both countries to see to it that we can meet and discuss the options for this exchange," she stated.

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