20 February 2013

Angola: Iran, Bangladesh to Strengthen Co-Operation

Luanda — Iran and Bangladesh intend to boost the co-operation with Angola, mainly in the sector of economy, as well as commercial exchange, Angop has learnt.

This was expressed on Wednesday here by the Ambassadors of the two countries, at the handing over ceremony of the copies of the credential to the Angola's Foreign Affairs minister, George Chocoty, in their capacity as non resident diplomats.

The Ambassador of Iran, Mohamed Faraji, said his country will give priority to the co-operation in the oil sector, fundamentally in the concertation of positions within the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

He also said that Iran has many projects for Angola, adding that it will demand the constitution of a joint commission to facilitate the co-operation.

On his turn, the ambassador of Bangladesh, Touhid Hossain, said his country intends to export garment to Angola, as well as helping the African state in the manufacturing of boats.

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