Angolan President invited to visit Nicaragua

Luanda – The President of the Republic JoAPound o Lourenco received on Monday March 2 in Luanda a message from his Nicaraguan counterpart Daniel Ortega inviting him to visit that Latin American country as part of the strengthening of cooperation relations.

Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Danis Colindres was the bearer of the letter as President Daniel Ortega’s special envoy.

At the end of the meeting Danis Colindres informed the press that the Nicaraguan President made an invitation to the Angolan Head of State to visit that Central American country on a date to be agreed.

In another audience President JoAPound o Lourenco received the Uruguayan ambassador A�lvaro Otero at the end of a five-year diplomatic mission in Angola.

At the end of the meeting the Uruguayan diplomat reaffirmed to the press that his country provided US $ 10 million to Angola to promote an industrial project in the meat processing sector which is scheduled to start in March.

In the framework of bilateral cooperation Uruguay privileges in partnership with Angola the sectors of agriculture tourism financial and airport services.

Angola and Uruguay established diplomatic relations on 26 March 1988.

Bilateral cooperation has gone through different stages fundamentally in the political-diplomatic context and in the framework of South-South cooperation.

Uruguay is one of the most economically developed countries in South America with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) estimated at around 56.16 billion US dollars.

Source: Angola Press News Agency