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Angola congratulates Brazil on the bicentennial of independence and highlights development partner

President João Lourenço congratulated the Brazilian people on the 200th anniversary of independence and praised Brazil's role as a partner in the development of African countries, in particular Angola.

: Marcos Correa
Marcos Correa  

In a message sent to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, the head of state underlines the “great role that Brazil has been assuming with respectable strength in the context of South American nations, in particular, and the rest of the world”.

He considers, therefore, that the “brother country” is an “essential actor in addressing issues of world peace and security and also as a partner in the development of the countries of Africa and Angola, in particular”.

João Lourenço concludes the message to his counterpart, released by the press secretariat, reiterating his executive’s firm desire to “continue to make efforts to ensure that the two countries maintain, in a permanent way, the great relations of friendship that link them”.

On September 7, 1822, D. Pedro I of Brazil and IV of Portugal proclaimed the independence of the country that is currently the giant of South America, on the banks of the Ipiranga River.

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