Angola and Russia Analyse Cooperation

Luanda — The state of cooperation between Angola and Russia was analysed this Thursday in Luanda during an audience that the Angolan parliament speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, granted to the Russian ambassador, Dmitri Lobach.

At the end of the meeting, the Russian diplomat said to the press that it was also discussed the development perspectives of relations between the parliaments of the two countries, which are considered to be extremely important.

The ambassador said that it was discussed the cooperation between the parliaments that includes the experiences exchange in international activities and legislative process between National Assembly of Angola and Russia.

According to him, the meeting also served to analyse the visit to be paid by the Russian parliament speaker, Valentina Matvienko, to Angola next year.

He said that during this time, it is expected interchange between the delegations of the two parliaments.

The diplomat said that meeting was aimed to suggest the interaction between the commissions of the respective parliaments.

On the occasion, the diplomat confirmed to the Angolan speaker the willingness of his country parliament authorities to strengthen more and more the interaction and understanding between the two peoples.

The ambassador said that at the moment he is happy with the economic and social development of Angola.

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