Angola, under its relation with IMF, is seeking technical assistance that allow strengthen the institutional capacity, staff training and improve the process linked to the management of economic policy, said Friday in Washington, the Angolan minister of Finance, Armando Manuel.
The minister of Finance was speaking to Angop on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB) meetings.
Armando Manuel said that the IMF/WB meetings represents opportunities to discuss details of the matters, in future perspective, so that the economic development demands can benefit from the necessary tools in order to ensure the goals such as job, growth, financial capacity and monetary cooperation.
The official also said that the Bretton Woods (IMF/WB) ordinary sessions are solemn occasions to establish close relationship with various partners.
The minister also recalled that Angola that share the 188 member countries of International Monetary Fund, is also working on promotion of international monetary cooperation and financial stability, facilitation of trade, job promotion and mainly, a sustainable economic growth.
Apart from Armando Manuel, Angola is represented at the event by minister of Planning and Territorial Development, Job Graça, managers of Capital Market Commission, Angolan National Banks (BNA) and Development of Angola (BDA).