Angola’s trade minister opens trade representation office in Portugal

1 December 2009

Lisbon, Portugal, 1 Dec – Angola’s Trade Minister, Idalina Valente last weekend inaugurated Angola’s trade representation office in Lisbon, according to Angolan news agency Angop.

At the time the minister said that the new facilities would provide “greater dignity to the institution’s operations” and added that they were a symbol of boosted trade and business relations between Portugal and Angola.

The office, which is located on one of Lisbon’s main avenues, according to Angola’s ambassador to Portugal, José Marcos Barrica, is “synonymous of the good image of the Angolan state.” He added that the institution would drive trade and business relations between Angola and Portugal.

The trade representation office is responsible to the Angolan embassy in Portugal. (macauhub)