The Brazilian ambassador to Angola, Ana Lucy Gentil Cabral Petersen, highlighted on Thursday in Luanda the relations between the two countries, considering them to be priorities in the African context.
The diplomat said so during the celebrations of the national day of Brazil (7 September), saying that her country and Africa take the edge of a dynamism and promising perspectives of development, but the relations with Angola are priority.
The ambassador considered the trade to be the sector with innovating lines in the ambit of the bilateral cooperation, underlining that the political and cultural interchange is intense, marked by regular visits by authorities of the sector of both countries.
She recalled that Brazil participates in the reconstruction of Angola with about 60 companies installed and members of Brazilian Association of Executive and Entrepreneurs - AEBRAN, which is turning 10 years of existence.
"This proves that our persistence and interest in working closing with this country (Angola)", she said.
Brazil was the first country to recognise the independence of Angola, on 11 November in 1975, and since then the relations between the two countries have been strengthened significatively.