The Portuguese ambassador to Angola, João da Câmara, said Saturday in Lubango, southern Huila province, that the country?s social and economic development is responding to the challenges of improving the living of the citizens.
The diplomat was speaking to journalists during a visit to the region, saying a considerable growth of the industry that is creating many jobs is noticeable.
He reiterated that Angola is no doubt a promising country in terms of economic and social growth and urged all Angolans to come together in helping the Government accomplish its purposes, so the country ceases imports in a near future.
The ambassador said Portugal will continue strengthening the bilateral relations existing between the two countries in the economic, social, cultural and political sectors.
"Angola is on an clear economic growth and with great opportunities for Angolans and foreigners willing to invest in it," he stressed.
On the occasion, the diplomat mentioned that more than 100,000 Portuguese citizens are currently in Angola making their contribution in various fields of activity.