Cuban and Angolan governments strengthen economic and cooperation ties

Edited by Jorge Ruiz Miyares
2022-08-31 01:37:51


Havana, Aug 30 (RHC)-- Representatives of the Angolan and Cuban governments discussed on Tuesday in Luanda bilateral relations in the economic and cooperation fields.

The Havana Foreign Ministry confirmed that the co-chairs of the Cuba-Angola Intergovernmental Commission, Ricardo Cabrisas, Vice President of the Council of Ministers, and the Minister of State and Head of the Civil House of the Angolan Presidency, Adão Francisco Correia de Almeida, held a "productive working meeting".

The encounter made it possible to review the economic and cooperation relations between the two countries and agree on the work schedule before the 15th Session of the Intergovernmental Commission scheduled for the last quarter of 2022 in Luanda, according to the source.

The host country was represented by the Secretaries of State of the Foreign Affairs and Health portfolios, Domingos Custódio Vieira and Leonardo Europeo Inocencio, among other officials.

Cuba was represented by the ambassador, Esther Armenteros; the deputy director general of Bilateral Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ángel Villa; and the executive president of Antex S.A., Carlos Martínez.

The head of the press and culture office of the Cuban legation in Angola, counselor Raul Gonzalez, informed Prensa Latina that Cabrisas and the accompanying delegation were also in the Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone (ZEE).

The director for the Americas of the Angolan Foreign Ministry, Ambassador Filisberto Martins, participated in the visit, during which the delegation received information on investments and the prospects of the SEZ.

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