14 January 2013

Angola: Govt, South Korean Authorities Sign Complementary Accords

Luanda — A ceremony of signing of adjustment of accords on the co-operation fund for economic development will be signed between the Angolan Executive and the South Korean Government, on Tuesday in Luanda, Angop has learnt.

The documents will be signed by the state secretary for co-operation, Angela Bragança, and the Korea's Ambassador to Angola, Oh Hangu.

Both countries have relations for about 20 years, being that works have been done throughout last years for the improvement of the co-operation relations, through change of delegations, as well as studies for financing of projects, mainly in private sector.

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