Luanda — A UK trade delegation will start Sunday ( February 21) a working visit to Luanda for a survey and help London and UK to remain Angola's privileged partners in financial and professional services.
The delegation is expected to work in Luanda until Tuesday, under Lord Mayor of London, Jeffrey Mountevans, who acts as an ambassador of the UK financial sector, according to a note from the City of London Corporation.
The head of the UK delegation, Jeffrey Mountevans, has scheduled, among others, meetings with Angolan Government officials, the National Reserve Bank of Angola, authorities linked to investments and business leaders.
Jeffrey Mount Evans's Luanda agenda includes a dinner with representatives of the newly created UK-Angola Chamber of Commerce.
The London official will also address a seminar on public-private partnership, with the participation of Urbinveste, the body responsible for projects to restructure Luanda until 2030.