Angola and the Kingdom of Sweden are looking for procedures to improve the relations between the two states.
For this reason a Memorandum of Understanding on Bilateral Consultations was marked on Wednesday in Stockholm, the Swedish capital, by the Angolan Foreign Affairs Minister, Manuel Augusto and his Swedish partner, Margot Wallstrom.
The alluded notice will permit the two services, at whatever point conceivable, to arrange their situations at the global level.
Speaking to Angop on Wednesday at the end of the meeting, Minister Manuel Augusto welcomed the memo and added that the signing of this document should be done a long time ago, and from now on relations between the two states will register a significant increase.
He added that with this visit to Sweden, “we are hopeful that we will reopen the way for the economic operators of both countries, especially the private sector, to feel comfortable with the excellent institutional environment created and to establish contracts and agreements that may contribute to the development programme”.
Sweden was one of the first countries to recognize Angola’s independence and has since then maintained cooperation ties with the Angolan government.
Among several projects, the Sweden was responsible for the construction of the first Angolan Fisheries Training Center (CEFOPESCAS) and the electrification project of Dembos district in the northern Bengo province.