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Brazilian Foreign Minister announces three-day visit to Luanda

The head of Brazilian diplomacy starts, on Wednesday, a visit to Luanda to participate in the Brazil-Angola high-level bilateral commission and in the ordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries.


The Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Alberto Franco França, will participate in the "third meeting of the Brazil-Angola High Level Bilateral Commission (CBAN) and the XXVII Ordinary Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CPLP), respectively on the 1st and 3rd of June 2022", which take place in Luanda, according to a statement from the Brazilian Ministry, released on Monday.

The Itamaraty also indicated that, during the visit, Carlos França will announce to the Angolan Government the approval of the Cooperation Agreement in the Defense Domain between Brazil and Angola.

In mid-April, the Brazilian Senate approved the agreement, which determines cooperation in the areas of information services, military equipment and systems, science and technology of military interest, logistical support and the acquisition of Defense products and services.

In addition, visits by high-level delegations to civil and military entities, exchange of instructors and students, training of cadres and technical-military personnel and "promotion of joint actions of military training and instruction and joint military exercises" are reinforced. according to the Brazilian Senate Agency.

The Brazilian authorities recalled the sharp growth of economic relations between the two Portuguese-speaking countries.

In the first four months of the year, exchanges totaled 276.7 million reais, "double compared to the same period last year".

Regarding the CPLP Ministerial Meeting, "themes such as economic cooperation will be addressed, a priority of the Angolan presidency assumed in July 2021", indicated the Itamaraty.

On Thursday, Carlos França will participate in the seminar "Brazil-Angola Economic Partnership - Financing Solutions", with the presence of businessmen from the two countries "interested in increasing bilateral business", said the same note.

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