ANGOLA AND PORTUGAL REVIEW BILATERAL COOPERATION AND CREATE JOINT COMMISSION

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Luanda and Lisbon discussed this Monday the preparations for the creation of the Joint Commission, the exchange of visits at the highest level and the implementation of the agreements already signed.

During the meeting in the Portuguese capital, the Portuguese Foreign Minister, João Gomes Cravinho, and the Angolan Foreign Minister, Téte António, also discussed consular matters, namely the issue of mobility within the CPLP.

The heads of diplomacy of Angola and Portugal met within the framework of political consultations.

The meeting also focused on international issues, such as the latest developments in the Great Lakes Region and the Central African Republic,
Angola’s leadership and mediation role in bringing peace to the sub-region was highlighted.

Cravinho and Téte also analyzed the current situation of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and its implications for the international community.

Source: https://rna.ao/rna.ao/2023

 

 

 

 

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