Angola: Ambassador to Zimbabwe Speaks With U.S. Counterpart

Harare — The Angolan ambassador to Zimbabwe, Pedro Hendrick Vaal Neto, last Monday in Harare held a meeting with the new ambassador of the United States to Zimbabwe, Bruce Wharton, with whom he discussed matters pertinent to both countries.

During the meeting, which was held in the premises of the Angolan diplomatic mission, the two diplomats discussed the best ways to help consolidate the stabilization process of the southern Africa region.

Bruce Wharton said his country is willing to support the mechanisms used by the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) to help Zimbabwe in its efforts to have the international sanctions imposed on this country lifted.

Pedro Hendrick Vaal Neto welcomed the US ambassador and stressed that Angola has been giving all its support to the national understanding process underway in this country.

Meanwhile, last week the Angolan diplomat also had a meeting with the new Mozambican ambassador to Zimbabwe, Pedro Davane, with whom he spoke about matters relating to the relationship between Angola and Mozambique, as well as analyzed the best ways to co-operate in the promotion of the SADC objectives.

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