15 January 2013

Angola, South Korea Sign Additional Agreement On Cooperation Fund Loan

Luanda — Angola and South Korea Tuesday signed an agreement on adjustment to the loan's Cooperation Fund for Economic Development between the two countries related to the Modernisation of Public Safety and Industrial Center of Advanced Technology.

The State secretary for Cooperation, Ângela Bragança, signed the accord on behalf of Angola, while the South Korean ambassador to Angola, Oh Hangu represented his country.

After signing the agreement the Secretary of State for Cooperation of Foreign Affairs Ministry, Ângela Bragança said the accord is an additional process to what already has been developed since February 2002 in two very important areas and sensitive such as the modernisation of public safety and the Advanced Technology Center.

The official wished successes to bodies involved in development of the two projects in order to find particularly their development and implementation, serving the purpose for which they were designed.

She also thanked the South Korean Government for its move intended to strengthen the friendship and cooperation which contributes to the development of Angola.

In his turn, the South Korean diplomat, Oh Hangu, stressed that the two projectswill help boost the mutual interchange for reciprocal prosperity of the two countries.

The ceremony was also attended, among others, by the State secretary for Civil Protection and Fire brigade of Ministry, Eugénio Laborinho, directors of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, diplomats and businessmen.

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