16 January 2013

Angola: South African President Ends Visit to Angola

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

Luanda — The South African head of State Jacob Zuma Wednesday left Luanda after a few-hour working visit to the country, as part of strengthened cooperation between the two countries.

During his stay in Luanda, Jacob Zuma met with his Angolan counterpart, José Eduardo dos Santos, with whom he discussed the relations between the two countries and the situation prevailing in some African countries.

After the talks between the two Statesmen, José Eduardo dos Santos offered his counterpart an official lunch.

At "4 de Fevereiro" International Airport, Jacob Zuma and his delegation received farewell greetings from the representative minister of the diplomatic corps of his country accredited in Angola.

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