16 January 2013

Angola: Parliament Speaker Debates Co-Operation With Vietnam

Luanda — The enhancement of Angola-Vietnam co-operation, mainly in agricultural sector, was the limelight of the talks between the Speaker of the National Assembly, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, and the ambassador to the African country,

Do Ba Khoa, Angop has learnt.

The diplomat also said he debated real measures to materialize the implementation of the existing accords in the domains of agriculture, health, education, oil exploitation and telecommunications.

He said the agricultural sector deserved the greater attention, because his country intends to implement in Angola projects linked to rubber and rice production.

Thus, he transmitted to the Speaker of the National Assembly the strategy for the implementation of this plan that may start in two Municipalities.

Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos visited last year Vietnam, in his capacity as the then Vice President of the Republic.

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