Angola: Ambassador Meets With Sao Tome's Prime Minister

Sao Tome — Angola and Sao Tome and Principe discussed bilateral cooperation during an audience the prime minister of the archipelago, Gabriel da Costa, granted to the Angolan ambassador, Alfredo Manuel Eduardo Mingas.

During the courtesy meeting, held Monday, the two interlocutors reviewed the partnership between the two countries in various fields.

Gabriel da Costa was sworn in to the post on 11 December 2012, along with ten ministers.

In his recent interview to Angop, the ambassador referred to the actions being developed by the Angolan diplomatic mission in Sao Tome and Principe, aimed at keeping closer the communities to the country.

The diplomat assured that this year, 2013, it will remain the biggest challenges by diplomatic representation, despite the constraints.

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