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Angola and El Salvador agree diplomatic relations for the first time

The governments of Angola and El Salvador signed this Monday, in New York, the first legal instrument that aims to promote mutual understanding and strengthen ties of friendship and cooperation in areas of common interest between their two countries and peoples.


According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX), this is a Joint Communiqué on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the country and the small Central American nation. It was signed by Téte António, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and by Alexandra Hill Tinoco, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of El Salvador.

The document reaffirms the commitment to the principles and purposes enshrined in the United Nations Charter and International Law, including respect for the promotion of international peace and security, equality between States, due respect for national sovereignty, territorial integrity and non-interference in the internal affairs of States.

The parties decided to establish diplomatic relations in accordance with the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, of April 18, 1961, and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, of April 24, 1963, adds MIREX, in a statement to which VerAngola had access.

The Republic of El Salvador is a country in Central America. It borders to the northeast with Honduras, to the northwest with Guatemala and to the south with the Pacific Ocean, with a territorial extension of 21,041 square kilometers. The capital and largest city of El Salvador is San Salvador. The country's population is estimated at 6.5 million inhabitants.

The Salvadoran economy has experienced a series of results under successive ARENA party governments in free market initiatives and fiscal management models that include privatization of the banking system, telecommunications, public pensions, electrical distribution and a share in electricity generation, tariff reduction , eliminating price controls and improving the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

GDP has grown at a steady but modest pace after the signing of the peace agreements in 1992, in an environment of macroeconomic stability, adds the Angolan Government. Since December 1999, net international reserves have reached US$1.8 billion.

El Salvador was the first country to sign and implement the United States-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), as well as free trade agreements with Mexico, Chile, the Dominican Republic, and Panama, and increased its exports to these countries.

El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua are also negotiating a free trade agreement with Canada. Likewise, the negotiation of a Free Trade Agreement with Colombia and another with Taiwan was concluded.

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