The document was signed, on the Angolan side, by Ambassador Esmeralda Mendonça, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and, on the Polish side, by Powell Jablonsky, Under-Secretary of State for Economic Cooperation and Development for Africa and the Middle East, which arrived in Luanda this Wednesday morning, according to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which VerAngola had access to.
The signing of the agreement took place after "a meeting on political consultations (2nd round) between delegations, respectively, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Angola and of Foreign Affairs of Poland, held this Wednesday morning, at the headquarters of the Angolan Diplomacy", reads the note.
According to the communiqué, during the talks, Esmeralda Mendonça highlighted the contribution of that European country "in the pursuit of the development of Angola in various domains, with particular emphasis on the sectors of Agriculture, Fisheries and Marine Resources, Social and economic infrastructure, Education, Health and Business".
Powell Jablonsky hailed Angola's commitment "in the process of pacifying the geopolitical sub-regions in which it operates, namely SADC, Great Lakes and Central Africa".
According to the ministry's communiqué, the said round analyzed "issues aimed at strengthening cooperation, strengthening political-diplomatic relations, as well as identifying new areas of cooperation".