9 May 2014

Angola: China Considers Angola Priority and Serious Partner

Luanda — China considered on Friday Angola a priority partner of cooperation in Africa, sincere and trustful friend and this why it has invited the Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, to visit that Asian country.

The consideration and invitation were expressed by the Chinese Prime-Minister, Li Keqiang, at the opening ceremony of official talks between the delegations of the two countries.

He expects that during the Angolan President's visit to China, it must be defined aspects of cooperation at high level and plan long-term actions.

According to him, China supports Angola in the implementation of his national development programme, happening under the motto "Growth, stability and employment".

Li Kegiang said that the Chinese companies capable and of Bona fide will be more encouraged to do business with Angola, waiting for the signing of a deal for the investments protection.

The official declared that China intends to expand cooperation to the areas of culture, education and press, as well as he expressed the interest of creating a branch Confucius Institute in Angola.

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