11 March 2013

Angola: Mauritius Govt Wants to Strengthen Bilateral Cooperation With Angola

Port Louis — The government of Mauritius expressed in Port Louis its complete willingness to formalise the cooperation relations with Angola in various domains, so as to increase commercial changes and boost the business flow between the private sectors of the two countries.

This intention was expressed by the Mauritius authorities during the meeting with the head of the Angolan embassy in that country, Josefina Pitra Diakité, after her accreditation on Thursday by the President of Mauritius Kailash Purryag, as the extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Angola to Mauritius.

"I thing that we can cooperate and work together various sectors" - said the Mauritius Statesman.

He added that Republic of Mauritius managed to fight extreme poverty, illiteracy and massive unemployment, becoming a prosperous country thanks to the investment made in the solid education and human capacity building of its population, resulting in cadres capable to produce and manufacture the raw material in finished products for local consumption and export them to various countries.

Answering the proposals and concerns prsented by the Mauritius authorities, ambassador Josefina Pitra Diakité ensured that she will work hard in order to establish the bilateral cooperation and help create mechanisms that may more and more connect the Angolan people to Mauritius, through cultural interchange, commercial exchanges and cooperation in the fields that both countries may get win-win advantages.

The Republic of Mauritius is comprised by four islands in the south-east of Africa in the Indian Ocean and it conquered its independence from England on 12 March in 1968.

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