Angola: Nation and Spain Sign Memo On Bilateral Consultations

Luanda — The Foreign Affairs ministers of Angola, George Chicoti and Spain, José Manuel Garcia-Margallo, signed on Wednesday here a memo of setting of bilateral consultations, Angop has learnt.

The signing of the document aims at institutionalising a mechanism of consultations and regular assessment of bilateral co-operation between the two countries.

Meanwhile, George Chicoti said that it will enable consultations between the two countries, whenever necessary and possible, on various matters of international relations.

On his turn, the Spanish top diplomat said that the document was signed in a time that both countries mark the celebrations of the 35 years of great co-operation and friendship.

He added that his country's authorities have been following what is happening in Angola with any interest and wished the consolidation of the democratic process and national reconstruction.

Both countries signed relations since October 19, 1976, having signed the general co-operation accord in 1987.

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