5 July 2014

Angola: Brazil Pledges to Continue Strengthening Ties With Angola

Menongue — Brazilian ambassador to Angola, Maria Reis, has stressed the need of the two countries to continue strengthening the ties of friendship and cooperation with a view to ensuring mutual benefits to their people.

Maria Reis said this to Angop on Friday in south-east Cuando Cubango province at the end of a meeting with the local governor, Higino Carneiro.

The meeting enabled the governor to present the tourism development and agro-industrial plan of the province to the ambassadors and charge 'd affairs of South Africa, Germany, Brazil, China, United States, Spain, Israel, Poland, Portugal and Zambia.

Brazil is a longtime partner of Angola, said the ambassador, expressing her country's intention to reaffirm the commitment to continue to work with Angolan brothers for the development of both countries.

The Brazilian diplomat recalled that there are already several investments and partnerships with Angolan institutions in different areas, especially in agriculture.

She added that the potential for the development of agro-business in the relationship between Brazil and Angola is very large.

The ambassador spoke of existence of a project in Angola with Brazilian participation. She mentioned the industrial hub of Biofuel, for production of sugar and ethanol, which is under a successful experiment.

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