Egypt strengthens trade cooperation with Angola

Luanda – Egyptian companies want to strengthen cooperation with Angolan counterparts working in the commerce sector, with a view to the common development of the two countries, said Wednesday in Luanda, the Egyptian ambassador to Angola, Khaled Hassan.

The intention of reinforcing this partnership was expressed during a meeting with 10 officials of the Angolan Ministry of Energy and Water, who will benefit from training in the maintenance areas of gas power stations.

He said that to strengthen relations, the Egyptian government is available to put its capabilities at the service of Angola, especially in the sectors of economy, tourism, construction and health.

The director of international cooperation at the Ministry of Energy and Water, Kiala Pierre, who presented the group of 10 trainees, explained that the training lasts 15 days and will allow the exchange of experiences between Angolan and Egyptian specialists.

He said he hoped that these first graduates would pave the way for other training in the field of electricity.

Source: Angola Press News Agency