Luanda — The Speaker of National Assembly (Parliament), Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, received Wednesday the Congo-Brazzaville ambassador to Angola, Jean Baptiste Dzangué with whom he discussed the cooperation between the two States, particularly at Parliamentary field.
At the end of the audience, the diplomat stressed to the press the Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos' commitment to tackle the conflicts in Africa.
The Congolese ambassador also said that meeting focussed on the excellent time the two countries live, under the regional integration, as the result of brotherhood binding their people in traditions, customs and experiences.
He also said that the two countries are working at the moment on preparation for the 7th Joint Commission, to take place in Brazzaville, despite of not having set any date yet.
As for the common border, the ambassador noted that Angola and Congo have given a great example to the world with the joint exploitation of an oil rig.
On the eventual issues that arise from at times at borders, he said the parties address them peacefully and quickly, through the mechanisms of the Bilateral Commission.