President JoAPound o Lourenco leaves New York

Luanda – Angolan head of State JoAPound o Lourenco left New York (US) Wednesday back to Luanda with a stop over in Spanish territory.

JoAPound o Lourenco was in New York to attend the 73rd General Assembly of the United Nations, according to a note from the President’s Civil Affairs Office.

In speech, the Statesman recognised the UN progresses over 73 years of its existence, but warned of existing old conflicts still to be resolved.

The Angolan President also called for reforms within the United Nations tailored to the current context.

According to him, the emergence of new economic and financial hubs, as well as the technical and scientific progress justify the re-definition of the UN’s ways of intervention.

The Angolan Head of State – who was addressing the UN General Assembly for the first time – also asked for the expansion of the UN Security Council to better represent the different geopolitical regions.

The President defended the decentralisation of the world financial system, aiming at the promotion of sustainable development.

He reiterated Angola’s commitment to the economic recovery and the search for solutions to the full pacification, democratisation and development of Southern and Central Africa.

JoAPound o Lourenco expressed the country’s availability to continue to support the promotion of cooperation among nations, the consolidation of peace, the defence of cooperation relations, as well as bilateral and multilateral trade and investment.

The nine-day event, started on 18 September with focus on the issues such as implementation of global measures in the areas of peace, justice, society, economy and health.

Arms control, promotion of human rights, socio-economic development, coordination of humanitarian assistance in the world and prevention of chronic diseases, tuberculosis, malaria and AIDS, are highlighted at the event.

Source: Angola Press News Agency

President JoAPound o Lourenco leaves New York

Luanda – Angolan head of State JoAPound o Lourenco left New York (US) Wednesday back to Luanda with a stop over in Spanish territory.

JoAPound o Lourenco was in New York to attend the 73rd General Assembly of the United Nations, according to a note from the President’s Civil Affairs Office.

In speech, the Statesman recognised the UN progresses over 73 years of its existence, but warned of existing old conflicts still to be resolved.

The Angolan President also called for reforms within the United Nations tailored to the current context.

According to him, the emergence of new economic and financial hubs, as well as the technical and scientific progress justify the re-definition of the UN’s ways of intervention.

The Angolan Head of State – who was addressing the UN General Assembly for the first time – also asked for the expansion of the UN Security Council to better represent the different geopolitical regions.

The President defended the decentralisation of the world financial system, aiming at the promotion of sustainable development.

He reiterated Angola’s commitment to the economic recovery and the search for solutions to the full pacification, democratisation and development of Southern and Central Africa.

JoAPound o Lourenco expressed the country’s availability to continue to support the promotion of cooperation among nations, the consolidation of peace, the defence of cooperation relations, as well as bilateral and multilateral trade and investment.

The nine-day event, started on 18 September with focus on the issues such as implementation of global measures in the areas of peace, justice, society, economy and health.

Arms control, promotion of human rights, socio-economic development, coordination of humanitarian assistance in the world and prevention of chronic diseases, tuberculosis, malaria and AIDS, are highlighted at the event.

Source: Angola Press News Agency