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Angola and Portugal outline parliamentary technical cooperation

Angola, Portugal, parlamentos, relaciones

Angola and Portugal outline parliamentary technical cooperation

Luanda, Feb 16 (Prensa Latina) A technical delegation from the Angolan Parliament concluded a series of meetings with its Portuguese counterparts on Wednesday to review bilateral cooperation in the 2019-2020 biennium and outline the guidelines for this year.
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In a press release issued in Luanda, the Angolan diplomatic delegation in the European nation indicated that the three-day talks took place in Portugal and included the signing of a proposed memorandum of understanding for 2022.

The Angolan group was headed by the secretary general of the National Assembly, Pedro Neri, while his counterpart, Rui Costa, led the Portuguese delegation, according to the press release from the Angolan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

During several working sessions, the officials addressed issues related to information technologies and institutional communication, parliamentary support and public relations.

According to Neri, the meetings further boosted the existing relations between the two parliaments in terms of technical and administrative aspects.

One of the main objectives of the visit, he said, was to evaluate the bilateral protocol and include new items.

“Our interest is related to the updating of the administrative and technical services, so that we can provide the necessary support to the lawmakers,” he stated.


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