After the visit to Angola, António Costa leaves for South Africa.
The Portuguese Prime Minister, António Costa, is to make an official visit to Angola on June 5 and 6, with meetings scheduled with President João Lourenço, businessmen, and the Portuguese community.
According to a statement released Wednesday by António Costa’s office, the visit is at the invitation of João Lourenço and “aims to strengthen bilateral relations between Portugal and Angola on a political, economic and cultural level.
The “valorization of areas such as engineering and construction, agro-food, energy, and tourism” will be in focus during António Costa’s two-day stay in Angola.
The last official visit of the Portuguese head of government to Angola took place in September 2018.
After his visit to Angola, António Costa will leave for South Africa, where he and the President of the Republic will take part on June 7th in the Portugal Day commemorations program with the Portuguese community living there.