Luanda — The South African Head of State, Jacob Zuma, will on Wednesday pay a few-hour working visit to the country, aimed to discuss with his Angolan counterpart, José Eduardo dos Santos, the level of cooperation between the two nations.
This was announced on Sunday at Luanda's "4 de Fevereiro" International Airport by the South African ambassador to Angola, Godfrey Nhlanhla Ngwenya, when he was arriving from his country.
The diplomat said that during the visit, Jacob Zuma shall discuss with the Angolan President issues related to the economicdevelopment between the two countries, as well as review the implementation of various accords signed in several sectors.
According to him, the two countries have good cooperation and friendship relations dated for long years and it is urged to consolidate them.
This is the third time Jacob Zuma visits Angola.