The information was advanced by the new resident ambassador of Germany, Stefan Traumann, after delivering his credentials to the President of the Republic, this Thursday morning, at the Presidential Palace.
The ambassador revealed that he is very optimistic about the cooperation between the two countries in the energy sector. "A very special subject is the partnership in the area of renewable energy: solar and wind. But also the new hydrogen energy project, as we plan to open a hydrogen office here in Angola to cooperate in this area with the government I am very optimistic that we will be able to do many things in this area," he said, quoted in a statement from the Government.
Stefan Traumann guaranteed that despite his country being at a time of change of government, cooperation with Angola will remain the same in his mandate. "First of all, I would like to say that we have a broad partnership between our countries, and it will be the same thing. It will continue to be developed by the new Government, as we have many projects in common and a great potential to develop cooperation in different areas", mentioned.
The diplomat highlighted the economic cooperation with the Government, particularly in the area of infrastructure, for the construction and rehabilitation of roads, construction of hospitals, the Caculo-Cabaça dam and also the surface metro, among other projects in the pipeline.
The new German ambassador also said that his government continues to support the Angolan government's efforts to stabilize peace in the Great Lakes region.
Stefan Traumann, the new ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, holds a PhD in Philosophy, was vice-consul of his country in Miami, United States of America, and general consul in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and in Lagos, Nigeria.