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Poland wants to boost the economic sector with Angola

Poland's outgoing ambassador, Piotr Myśliwiec, said that his country wants more “dynamic and intensive” cooperation with Angola in the economic sector.


Speaking last Friday, when presenting farewell greetings to the President, João Lourenço, at the Presidential Palace, the ambassador expressed himself "satisfied with the solid relations" between both countries, having also mentioned the covid-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine, "Poland's neighbor, as the reasons that hindered the good development of economic relations between the two countries", says a statement from CIPRA, to which VerAngola had access.

The Polish diplomat also said he was convinced that more economic missions from his country would soon come to Angola. "I see a lot of potential and I am convinced that, soon, more economic missions from Poland will come here," he said.

Regarding the current state of the trade balance, the ambassador, whose mission was eight years in Angola, "lamented the low level of commercial exchange, which is around 30 to 40 million dollars, emphasizing the need to explore sectors such as civil construction, wood processing and IT, as well as cooperation between higher education institutions", the note also reads.

In addition to the outgoing Polish ambassador, on the same day, the President of the Republic also held a meeting with the Japanese parliamentary delegation, "during which he emphasized bilateral cooperation and, above all, the need for greater collaboration from the private sector".

In response, the leader of the delegation that attended the 147th General Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (UIP), Kameoka Yoshitani, committed to "taking the proposal to his Government, with a view to further strengthening bilateral relations between both countries", adds the note.

At the end of the meeting, he also praised Angola for the success of the UIP, in which 179 countries participated.

"This is proof of Angola's power and competence. Therefore, I will share Angola's experience when I arrive in Japan with all members of the Chamber", he said, quoted in the statement.

The head of state also received the ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Mohamed Salout, who is also at the end of his mission, "after representing his country for the last four years".

On the occasion, the diplomat said that relations between Angola and Egypt "are excellent and that in the last four years there has been a great growth of new Egyptian companies in the Angolan market, particularly in the infrastructure and construction sector".

Thus, he added that they are "making great progress in this field".

It should also be noted that João Lourenço also received a farewell greeting from the ambassador of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Jo Pyong Chol, who completed a five-year mission in Angola.


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