30 January 2013

Angola and Russia Analyze Bilateral Co-Operation

Luanda — Angola and the Russian Federation want to enhance the bilateral parliamentary co-operation, represented in exchange of experience and deepening of relationship between the respective legislative organs, under the friendship ties, Angop has learnt.

This was announced by the charge d'affaires of the Russian embassy, Vital Egorov, when speaking on Thursday to the press, at the end of an audience with the Vice speaker of the National Assembly, João Gonçalves Lourenço.

The meeting also served to debate possible plans for the materialization of a parliamentary co-operation.

Exchange of experience between the Federation Council and Angola's National Assembly, meets the interest of the two peoples, he said.

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