Angola: Ambassador to Brazil Speaks On Main Events

Brasilia — The Angolan ambassador to Brazil, Nelson Cosme, highlighted the existing co-operation between Angola and Brazil in parliamentary domain as the main activities held throughout 2012.

Nelson Cosme also said that in 2012 were held two meetings in Brazil, meant to boost the Brazilian and Angolan parliamentary friendship group.

The diplomat said so when assessing the activities held in 2012.

In addition, the diplomat said that last year he counted on the collaboration of MPs with the Brazil-Angola parliamentary front for the divulgence of steps towards the reconstruction of a new Angola.

Nelson Cosme also reminded that chamber of MPs held a special session about Angola, which was attended by 14 ambassadors.

The meeting took place under the commemoration activities of the 10 years of peace in Angola, marked on April 4, 2012.

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