9 May 2014

Angola and China Discuss Bilateral Cooperation

Luanda — The delegations of Angola and China started on Friday morning in Luanda official talks aiming for the reinforcement of the bilateral cooperation.

The Angolan delegation is led by the President José Eduardo dos Santos, while the Chinese team is headed by Li Keqiang.

At the opening of the talks, the two leaders reaffirmed the interest of incrementing the cooperation relations and diversification of commercial exchanges.

Li Keqiang, who is leading a delegation integrated by government officials, business people and media professionals, is in Angola under a tour that has already taken him to Abuja (Nigeria), Ethiopia, finishing in Kenya, last stage of his tour in Africa.

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