Angola, Indonesia Strengthen Cooperation in Industries

Luanda — Angola and Indonesia are holding Tuesday (15th), by online, the Economic Cooperation Forum, aimed at strengthening relations between the two countries, with particular emphasis on the development of infrastructure and other strategic industries.

The participants will also reflect on construction and rehabilitation of road infrastructure, current road mobility, the housing programme, the financial situation of the projects and private investment.

Reciprocal investment opportunities, privileged areas of Indonesia-Angola cooperation, among other issues, will also top the forum, in a joint initiative by the Angolan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The secretary of State for Public Works, Carlos dos Santos, and the non-resident ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia accredited to Angola, Wisnu Edi Pratignyo, co-chair the event, also to be attended by the Private Investment and Promotion Agency of Exports (AIPEX).

According to a press release sent to ANGOP Monday, the participating delegations will attend the event from Luanda (Angola), Jakarta (Indonesia) and Windhoek (Namibia).

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