In a statement, Brazilian diplomacy indicated that the visit is "scheduled to take place on August 25 and 26, 2023".
The visit had already been confirmed in May, but its dates and duration were not yet known.
During a meeting with the foreign press at the Planalto Palace, in Brasília, last week, and responding to a question from Agência Lusa, the Brazilian President admitted that "he should have gone to Angola", but that Brazilian internal affairs prevented him.
"But now, after South Africa, I will visit Angola and São Tomé and Príncipe", he stressed, on the same occasion, referring to the BRICS summit, scheduled for August 22 to 24 in Johannesburg, and also to the XIV Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), scheduled for August 27 in the Sao Tome capital.
Speaking to Lusa in May, the Brazilian ambassador in Luanda, Rafael Vidal, stressed that a series of agreements are being prepared in the area of sustainable tourism and defence, namely the training and qualification of Angolan troops to integrate the intervention forces rapid action of the United Nations in Africa.
Vidal also referred to the preparation of agreements in the maritime and land transport sector and instruments for the implementation of the cooperation agreement in the area of irrigated agriculture.
During the meeting last week with the foreign press, Lula da Silva promised to support the Portuguese Speaking African Countries (PALOP) and the African continent in areas such as education, agriculture and technology.