Angolan Head of State meets with CAR president-elect
Angolan head of State José Eduardo dos Santos Friday in Luanda held a private meeting with the President-elect of the Central African Republic (CAR), Faustin Archange Touadéra.
At the end of the audience, held at Presidential Palace, the two interlocutors did not speak to the press.
In Luanda since Thursday, Faustin Archange Touadéra, who won the presidential run off on 14 February, is travelling the continent, with stress to Central African sub-region, in a tour that led him to Equatorial Guinea, Chad and the DRC.
On the occasion of his election, the Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos extended him his congratulation.
José Eduardo dos Santos said the victory translates, unequivocally, the trust the people place on the President-elect to carry out the consolidation of peace, stability and democracy in that country.
The Angolan Statesman also expressed the desire to strengthen the friendship and cooperation ties between Angola and CAR.
Faustin ArchangeTouadéra, who was his country's prime minister, won the second round of elections with 62.71 percent of votes, against 37.29% of his rival, Anicet-Georges Dologuele.
Currently the transition government is led by President Catherine Samba Panza, who is leading the country’s destinies until the inauguration of the president elect, late this month.