15 February 2013

Congo-Brazzaville: Angola, Congo Brazzaville Debate Bilateral Development

Luanda — Angola's vice president, Manuel Vicente, on Friday here debated with Congo Brazzaville Ambassador, Jean Baptiste Dzangue, matters related to the strengthening of the co-operation for the development of the two neighboring countries and the regional and international interest.

This was announced by the Congolese ambassador, at the end of an audience paid to the Angolan official.

He said the bilateral relations are good and that the two countries gave a good example of co-operation about the oil maritime platform, with reciprocal benefits, avoid armed conflicts due to border reasons.

The diplomat also spoke on the existence of common mechanisms, to settle any kind of problem on the common border.

A meeting of experts will be held to analyze the recommendations of Angola-Congo Brazzaville joint commission meeting, held in December 2010, in Luanda, and the preparation of the next session, that was not held last year, due to the 2012 general elections in Angola.

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