The Ministers of Public Works and Land Management, Manuel Tavares de Almeida and of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation Maria do Rosário Bragança Sambo, lead the government delegation in charge of the negotiations.
According to the Public Works portfolio, the talks are aimed at raising funds for works to be executed in five Angolan provinces, namely Cunene, Lunda Norte, Malange, Uíge and Zaire.
From March 5 to 7, the delegation held talks in Istanbul city with one of Turkey’s largest construction companies, Summa, which has experience in several African countries, including Ghana, Sierra Leone, Senegal and Rwanda, according to the media report.
The parties inked a Negotiation Agreement at the company’s headquarters, as a preliminary step towards potential investments.
According to Angop, the current exchanges are in response to the understandings reached during President João Lourenço´s visit to Turkey and the stay here of his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan.