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US highlights Angola as “strategic partner”

The United States considered Angola a “strategic partner”, highlighting the expansion of the bilateral relationship, on the day the country celebrates 47 years of independence, in a message from the US Secretary of State.


"The United States values ​​Angola as a strategic partner and leader in global and regional forums", said Antony Blinken, in a statement released this Friday by the US State Department.

The US official also stresses that he is "proud" of the way the two countries have expanded their bilateral relationship "including working on regional security."

"I am proud of the ways in which we have expanded our bilateral relationship, including working together on regional security, Atlantic cooperation and anti-corruption," he says.

As for the future, Antony Blinken says he is "optimistic" about the continued expansion of ties between "the two great nations", including at an economic and commercial level.

"I am optimistic that we can continue to expand ties between our great nations, including expanding our economic and trade relations. As we await the US-Africa Leaders Summit in December, I affirm our shared commitment to peace and security." ".

The Secretary of State wished “the most sincere congratulations on the celebration of 47 years of independence”, “on behalf of the United States of America.

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