Luanda — Angolan ambassador to Egypt, António da Costa Fernandes, invited Tuesday (19) the factories linked to the Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI), aimed at building industrial bases and technologies investment in the Angolan market.
The diplomat made this appeal in Cairo during a meeting he held with AOI's board, with whom he discussed in detail ways to attract investment from this organization to Angola, especially in the field of aircraft maintenance technician training.
The Angolan representative in Egypt took the opportunity to reiterate his desire to see the air connection between the cities of Luanda and Cairo, which he described as very attractive, for providing connections with the neighbors of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia and Namibia, with which it has terrestrial links.
The Angolan diplomat invited the businessmen assigned to AOI to participate in the next edition of the Luanda International Fair (FILDA), Angola's largest business exchange, to expose its products (various vehicles, telecommunications systems, aircraft equipment, generators electricity, renewable energy, prepaid energy and water systems, water treatment and maritime transport).
In his turn, Abd Almonem Altras, chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI), showed full willingness to work with the Angolan embassy in Egypt and other Angolan authorities to extend their investments in this southern African country.