Angola Attends Business Meeting in Germany

Berlin — Angola participated in Germany in the 2013 Business dialogue of African Ambassadors that also counted on the presence of representatives of German private entrepreneurship, Angop has learnt.

The Angolan team was led by the Counsellor Minister of the embassy in Germany, Colense Sebastian, in representation of the Ambassador Alberto Correia Neto.

The meeting was held by the German chamber of commerce and industry and the Africa-Verein, which is an African association, gathering over 50 African countries operating in Germany and about 30 German private firms.

The opening session was attended by the executive director of the mentioned chamber, Martin Wansleben, of the Africa Veren, Christopher Kannenglesser, the German Federal state minister for foreign offices, Cornelia Pieper, the Dean of the African Ambassadors, Essoanam Paka,and the chairman of the German-Africa foundation, Hartwig Fischer.

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