The strengthening of co-operation between Angola and Romania was analysed this Monday, in Luanda, at a meeting between the Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António, and the Romanian chargé d’affaires Florin Tudoire.
At the meeting, it was highlighted Romanian investments in Angola, as well as the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Romania is an important business platform in south-east Europe.
In Angola, the European country intends to investi n the diamond sector, with the installation of diamonds processing industries, particularly in the central Bié Province.
Besides diamonds, Romania intends also to invest in other areas, with highlight on agriculture and renewable energies.
Co-operation with Poland
Still on Monday, Foreign minister Téte António aanalysed the strengthening of co-operation with Poland, at a meeting with the Polish ambassador to Angola, Piotr Józef Mysliwiec.
The meeting also served for the two parties to discuss regional and international matters.
Angola and Poland have several bilateral agreements, with highlight on the Memorandum of Understanding on Political Consultations.
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The two countries also have agreements in the areas of scientific research and education, signed between Angola’s Kimpa Vita University and Poland’s Agricultural University of Krakow.
The accords between the governments of Angola and Poland took a new turn, in 2017, with the European country investing in the construction of the third phase of the Angolan Academy of Fishing and Sea Sciences, in the south-western Namibe Province.