Luanda — The speaker of the Maldives Parliament, Abdulla Shahid, arrived this afternoon in Luanda for his first official visit to Angola meant to relaunch the co-operation relations at inter-parliamentary level, Angop has learnt.
At Luanda's 4 de Fevererio International Airport, the visiting official was welcomed by the second vice chairwoman of the Angolan Parliament, the MP Joana Lina Cristiano, that was accompanied by high rank officials.
His agenda comprises a meeting with the Angolan colleague, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, and later will be received by the heads of the parliamentary groups.
Officials talks between parliamentary teams of Angola and of Maldives, as well as dinner that will be hosted by the head of the Angolan parliament are also on the agenda.
Meanwhile Abudlla Shadid and his team will see the new town of Kilamba, a residential area located at the south of Luanda province, in the newly created Belas Municipality.
The official will pay a homage to the first Angolan President, António Agostinho Neto, in a Memorial with his name, in Luanda.