21 July 2014

Angola: Italian Government Willing to Jointly Work in Energy Field

Luanda — The Italian prime minister, Matteo Renzi, Monday in Luanda, expressed the full availability to work with the Angolan State, in a joint partnership in the energy domain, with the oil companies ENI (Italy) and Sonangol (Angola).

The intention was expressed when Matteo Renzi was presenting the statement of principles after being received by President of the Republic of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, as part of his visit that started on Sunday and dedicated to the relaunching of bilateral cooperation.

He said that in the area of agro-food, the companies of his country that are based in Angola for long time, will continue cooperating and henceforth with more dynamism.

The official announced that will be back to Angola soon this year of deputy Italian minister for Economic Development, Carlo Callenda, accompanied by businesspeople of the European country aimed for feasibility study to reinforce the cooperation in various sectors with Angolan colleagues.

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