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Head of Brazilian diplomacy in Luanda to analyze cooperation and deepen relationship

The Governments of Angola and Brazil meet this Wednesday, in Luanda, to discuss regional and international issues within the scope of the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP), with emphasis on mobility, investment facilitation and double taxation.


According to a note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Angola, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Brazil, Carlos França, arrived in Luanda, who should also discuss, with his Angolan counterpart, Téte António, the strengthening and deepening of cooperation between the two countries.

The head of Brazilian diplomacy should also analyze with the Angolan side the issues of investment facilitation and double taxation, and it is expected that during the ministerial meeting the two delegations will sign legal instruments to strengthen and deepen their relations.

Angola and Brazil established relations in 1980, with the signing of the Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation Agreement, developing actions in the areas of health, culture, public administration, professional training, education, environment, sport, statistics and agriculture.


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