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Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs visits Angola next week

The Portuguese ambassador to Angola, Francisco Alegre Duarte, says that nothing has changed in the relationship with Angola despite the change in government, announcing that the Minister of State and Foreign Affairs will visit the country on June 21st.


Paulo Rangel's visit precedes that of the Prime Minister, Luís Montenegro, already announced for July 23, at the invitation of President João Lourenço.

"We are working on preparing these visits, with the aim of achieving results that meet the expectations of our citizens and companies: in mobility, in business, in the creation of wealth and employment, in institutional cooperation", said Francisco Alegre Duarte at the celebrations of the Portugal Day, which was celebrated this Monday, at the Portuguese School of Luanda.

The diplomat recalled the words of João Lourenço who said, last year, that "relations between Angola and Portugal have never been so good", highlighting that "it was true in 2023 and continues to be true in 2024"

Francisco Alegre Duarte considered that Education is "one of the fundamental axes" of Portugal's cooperation with Angola and pointed out Carlão, the artist who performed in Luanda to celebrate the date, as "a powerful symbol" of modern Portugal, of mixed culture, having Born in Angola, son of Cape Verdeans, and raised in Portugal.


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