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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

From Angola Press


Tanzania to open embassy in Angola


Dar es Salaam – The government of the United Republic of Tanzania will open embassy in Angola and its Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Bernard Membe, will soon visit Luanda to explore business and investments opportunities.

This was said to Angop last weekend in Dar es Salaam by the top diplomat of Tanzania, Bernard Membe, in the ambit of the festivities of the 36th anniversary of the Angolan independence.


“President Jakaya Kikwete agreed to open the embassy in Luanda”, said Bernard Membe.

In addition, the official said that Angola is one of the African countries that is recording a fast economic growth, as well as the betterment of the people’s well-being.

The Tanzanian minister appealed his fellow countrymen to invest in Angola when the embassy is officially opened.

He said that Angola is rebuilding the railway that will link Zambia and it might also connect Tanzania.


On his turn, the Angolan ambassador to Tanzania, Ambrósio Lukoki, guaranteed that the executive of Angola is encouraging in a gradual and sustained way the direct participation of private investment in the national economy, strengthening its regulating role of providing the growth of public and private partnership.







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