El-Sisi, who is making a 48-hour working visit to Angola, was received on Tuesday at the 4th of February International Airport by Angolan foreign minister, Téte António, and the governor of the Luanda province, Manuel Homem, among other officials.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the presence of the Egyptian president responds to the common interest of strengthening relations in the political, diplomatic, economic and business fields.
As reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the parties signed the documents this Wednesday in a ceremony the two dignitaries presided over.
The collaboration interests are linked to the branches of transportation, groundwater management, security and public order, as well as the exchange between the respective national press agencies.
Until now, the development of ties in the sectors of commerce and industry, general education, higher education, technical and professional training, energy, water, banking, finance, agriculture and fishing has been given priority, as per the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to the source, the governments of Angola and Egypt are currently working on the preparations for the first session of the Bilateral Commission, in order to advance in the implementation of the established commitments.
The two States formalized bilateral ties on March 26th, 1987 by signing in Luanda the General Agreement on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation, the agency recalled in a press release.