15 November 2013

Angola: Brazil Calls for More Commercial Exchanges With Angola

Angola and Brazil has material conditions to increment their commercial exchanges and focus in short term a particular attention on exportation and importation of goods.

This was said on Thursday in Luanda by the Brazilian outgoing ambassador to Angola, Ana Lucy Gentil Petersen, who considered important to increase the flow of mutual exchange of foodstuffs.

"Brazil is one of the major exporting countries of food. This is an angle in which Brazil should works closer with Angola, considered to be a highly productive country", said the ambassador at the end of an audience granted by the Angolan parliament speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.

Without disclosing the figures of the current commercial volume between the two countries, the diplomat considered pertinent the creation of conditions to boost the agricultural and educational cooperation between Angola and Brazil.

On the other hand, the ambassador said that Brazil and Angola have a lot of joint future projects, in consultation in the international bodies and the education sector deserves a special attention.

"Today we are prioritizing the question of education as strategic approximation. It is a project that Brazil is working with Angola, Mozambique, Cabo Verde and Sao Tome and Principe, which will better bring closer the cadres ", she said.

According to her, this programme is developed, in case of Angola, in partnership with the ministries of Education and Higher Education.

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