16 January 2013

Angolan, South African Leaders Gathered in Luanda

Photo: SA Presidency
President Zuma shakes hands with President José Eduardo dos Santos.

Luanda — The Presidents of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, and of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, met on Wednesday here at the Presidential Palace to debate matters of bilateral interest, Angop has learnt.

Both statesmen also debated international issues, says a source with the Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Jacob Zuma is leaving Angola after an official lunch that will be hosted by his Angolan colleague.

He is expected to address the press at Luanda 4 de Fevereiro International aiport, adds the source.

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