27 November 2012

Angola: Russian Ambassador Calls for Greater Divulgence Business Potential

Luanda — The Russian ambassador to Angola, Serguey Nenáchev, advocated on Tuesday the need for greater divulgence of business opportunities between Angola and Russia, with the promotion and diversification of bilateral cooperation, which he considered to be historical.

The diplomat spoke to the press after meeting the Angolan Vice President, Manuel Vicente, to whom he presented his farewell greetings, for the end of his five-year diplomatic mission to this country.

He advocated also the need to keep the businesspeople informed of the economic and commercial potential of Angola and Russia with the aim of stimulating the interest in investing.

Serguey Nenáchev commended the relations between the two states and valued Russia's cooperation in the diamonds exploration area, namely with the Catoca mining company, in the eastern Lunda Sul Province, as well as the Kapanda hydroelectric dam (Malanje Province), the installation project called Angosat and in preparing the geological map of kimberlites.

The ambassador said it is scheduled for next year the holding of two forums dedicated to energy and oil, which will involve experts from both countries.

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