2 February 2013

Angola, Norway Sign Cooperation Agreement On Energy

Luanda — Angola and Norway Friday signed a protocol of cooperation on the field of renewable energy worth 450 billion Kwanzas, Angop has learnt.

The 2013-2015 agreement will enable both countries to cooperate in technical assistance, renewable energy and develop local resources for the production of clean energy.

The protocol also provides for the staff training in the sector and promote actions focused on the efficient use of the energy in the country.

The document was signed by the director of the International Interchange Office, Kiala Pierre (Angola), and Norwegian Ambassador to Angola, Thorstein Wagen.

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