Angola: Minister Discusses Cooperation With Polish, Spanish

Luanda — The bilateral relations between Angola and, respectively, the Kingdom of Spain and Poland were under review today, Tuesday, in Luanda, during separate meetings, the Foreign minister, Georges Chikoti, granted to both ambassadors of the European countries.

According to a press note delivered to ANGOP, the meeting with the ambassador of Spain, Julia Alcia Romero served to address the preparation of the visit of the head of Spanish diplomacy to the country, scheduled for December.

Meanwhile, the Polish diplomat, Marek Garztecki-Rohr, said that the talks were about the possibility of traveling to Angola, of his Foreign Minister, next year, in addition to scheduling meetings of senior officials to review cooperation and determine any new areas.

According to the source, the ambassador took the opportunity to reiterate the invitation of his Government formulated to the Angolan top diplomat to officially visit his country.

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