19 February 2013

Angola: Strategic Cooperation Reinforcement Reaffirmed

Luanda — The interest in reinforcing the strategic partnership between Angola and Brazil was reaffirmed to the president of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, in a message from his Brazilian counterpart, Dilma Roossef, handed over on Tuesday in Luanda.

This was said to Angop during an audience Angolan head of State granted to the Brazilian Defence minister, Celso Amorim, who is paying a 48-hour working visit to the country since Monday.

The Brazilian official said that he brought a message from president Dilma to her Angolan counterpart, José Eduardo dos Santos, with the reaffirmation of principles o f strategic partnership signed in 2010, when the Angolan statesman visited Brazil and reinforced during the stay of the Brazilian head of State to Angola in 2011.

According to him, the message reads that president José Eduardo dos Santos was invited to visit Brazil again.

Celso Amorim, who is accompanied by general officers of the branches of the Army, Navy and Air Force and 14 entrepreneurs of the Brazilian military industry, who are interested to invest in Angola.

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