Luanda — The Vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Namibia, Peya Mushelenga, arrived on Tuesday afternoon in Luanda, for a four-day official visit in Angola, aimed to reinforce the cooperation between the two countries.
Peya Mushelenga, who did not speak to the pressa t his arrival, was welcomed at Luanda's "4 de Fevereiro" International Airport by the national director of Foreign Affairs of the Ministry of Defence, José Grande and Namibian ambassador to Angola, Cláudia Ndandaleka Uushona.
Angop learnt from a source that the Namibian official's visit in Angola is aimed to prepare the conditions for the construction of the monuments in the Angolan districts of Kasinga (Huíla) and Shetekela (Cunene), so as to pay homage to the heroes of the both countries.
According to his agenda, Peya Mushelenga will pay a courtesy visit to the Secretary of State for Defence of Angola, Gaspar Rufino, besides being received in audience by the Angolan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Georges Chicoty.
On Wednesday, the delegations of Angola and Namibia will travel to Huíla province, where they will develop survey works in the districts of Matala, Jamba Mineira and Kasinga.
On Thursday, the two delegations will leave for Cunene province in Shetekela municipality, where they stay until Saturday.
To integrate the delegation of the Namibian Vice-minister, experts are already since this Tuesday in Lubango city.