23 November 2012

Angola: Country Invited to Attend Japan/Africa Summit

Luanda — Angola was on Friday in Luanda invited to attend the Japan/Africa summit set for June 2013 in that Asian country.

The invitation from the Japanese prime minister, Noda Yoshihiko, was delivered to the Angolan vice president by the Asian nation's ambassador to Angola, Ryozo Myoi.

After the audience, the diplomat said he informed vice president, Manuel Vicente, about the intention of Japan to grant about Akz 2.0 billion to restore the Namibe port.

He also mentioned the involvement of Japan in private projects like the construction of textile and fertilizers factories.

The diplomat also announced the coming of Japanese experts in the field of demining to train local personnel.

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