3 January 2013

Angola: Technical Team to Visit Malta

Valletta — An Angolan multisectorial delegation is visiting Malta between February and March 2013, meant to define the areas of co-operation and concert dates meant the revival of the bilateral joint commission, Angop has learnt.

This was announced by the Angolan ambassador to Malta, Florêncio de Almeida, during a meeting with the local Foreign Affairs minister, Francis Zammit Dimech, to whom he transmitted a message of the Angolan colleague, George Chicoti.

The visit will also serve to reinforce the legal framework of co-operation, through the negotiations of new legal instruments of co-operation, based on the accords of political consultation between the two Ministries, as well as others related to tourisms, culture, inter-university, chambers of commerce.

The training of Angolan diplomats in English language, as well as of Angolan experts in maritime law will also be part of the agenda.

On his turn, Francis Zammit Dimech got with satisfaction the information from the Angolan diplomat and expressed his country support for the materialization of the future accords.

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