Angola's minister of Planning and Territorial Development Job Graça , said Thursday in Washington DC, United States, that Angola as a member of the Bretton Woods institutions (International Monetary Fund and World Bank), calls for greater support to underdeveloped economies.
The minister said that Angola as a member of Development Committee, through the three-member constitution ( Angola , South Africa and Nigeria ) defends more attention to these countries.
The minister was speaking to Angop and National Radio Station after his arrival Thursday in Washington to attend the annual meetings of WB and IMF on11-13 this month.
Job Graça considered fundamental that the Bretton Woods institutions should support underdeveloped economies, adapting their funding policies to their needs.
The minister, who is also governor of Angola at the World Bank, said that this will enable an increased recognition of decision making by these underdeveloped countries.
Similarly , he said that the participants in the meeting will seize the opportunity to discuss future relations, under the partnership strategy of Angola that agree with the national development plan for the five year period 2013/2017.