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New OPEC secretary general wants to visit Luanda to thank Angola for support in his election

Haitham Al Ghais, the new secretary general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), expressed the intention to visit Luanda, in two or three months, in order to thank Angola for the support given in its election. and the relevance of the country in the decisions of that body.


According to Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA), the official, on his first day in Vienna (Austria), considered that Angola and the African continent are important partners.

He also added that the organization will continue to privilege group decisions in order to better guide the sector's market.

He also mentioned the actual challenges for Angola, promising to discuss them more precisely during his visit to the country - which is only awaiting validation from the Ministry of Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas, RNA said.

In addition, a meeting of the council of ministers and the ministers representing OPEC+ for this Wednesday was also confirmed by the new secretary general of OPEC.

A native of Kuwait, the official was recently unanimously appointed as the organization's secretary general, replacing Mohammed Barkindo, from Nigeria, who died last month from illness.

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