2 December 2012

Angola: Romanian Ambassador Praises Relations With the Country

Luanda — The ambassador of Romania to Angola, Valériu Nicolae praised the bilateral relations between the two countries, based on solidarity and date back since the national liberation struggle.

Valériu Nicolae, expressed the recognition when speaking to Angop on the creation of the Romanian State, marked on December 1.

The diplomat pledged his country's availability to expand these ties in different fields to better contribute to the efforts of economic development and technical-scientific of Angola.

On the other hand, the ambassador said his country is studying the possibility to move forward with proposals that will lead to the signing of agreements on scientific-technical,

oil, agriculture and construction, under the Romania's integration in the European Union (EU) and the new reality of peace and growth in Angola.

He recalled that Romania was the fifth country in the world to recognise the independence of Angola on11 November, 1975 and the first to open an embassy in Luanda.

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