The delegation of the African nation to the meeting, held in Beijing, was headed by Foreign Minister Téte António while on the Chinese side presided over by Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
The two delegations discussed the deepening of bilateral cooperation and the legal framework established for this purpose.
The two diplomatic ministers also analyzed the integration process of Angola and China at regional and international level, in addition to exchanging views on the current international situation and other multilateral issues.
They also reviewed the reforms underway in the African nation, in which Yi praised the efforts of the Angolan Executive in the search for conditions for the welfare of the population and the creation of a favorable environment for business.
In the international arena, the parties addressed the impact of the BRICS evolution on the world economy, and the repercussions of the conflicts between Russia and Ukraine and Israel and Hamas, as well as the reform process of the United Nations Security Council.
On Wednesday, the two countries also signed a Reciprocal Promotion and Protection of Investments Agreement (APPRI), in the context of strengthening bilateral cooperation.