Cooperation with France, Kenya and Japan top audiences of Angolan Vice-President
Luanda - The reinforcement of the bilateral cooperation of Angola with Kenya, Japan and France topped the audiences, separately, granted on Tuesday in Luanda by Vice-President of the Republic, Manuel Domingos Vicente, to diplomats of the aforementioned countries.
At the end of the meeting, the Japanese diplomat, Kuniaki Ito, said that the relations between the two countries are good, but there is still a space for greater strengthening.
The diplomat also said that the meeting served to approach economic and cultural issues.
On his turn, the Kenyan diplomat, Jostat Kaunda Maikara, said that the relations between Angola and Kenya are excellent and historic because they are countries that are part of the same continent.
He reinforced that the meeting also served to discuss aspects related to the promotion of the economic cooperation between the two states.
Under his agenda, the Vice-President of the Republic also met the French ambassador to Angola, Jean-Moyret, who did not speak to the press.