Angola to pay special attention to China, India and Japan in 2014

22 January 2014

The Angolan government plans to prioritise its relations with China, India and Japan, the country’s Foreign Relations Minister said Monday in Luanda at the opening of the 5th Meeting of Angolan Ambassadors.

The priority of the relationship with those three countries was justified by Georges Chikoti based on the credit lines provided to support national reconstruction and increase trade.

The minister added that in 2014, as well as those three countries, Angola’s relations would be boosted with the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, France, Germany, Cuba and Brazil.

Mentioning relations with Europe, he praised cooperation with the European Union, which he said was “good” and said that “greater attention” would be paid to Spain, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. (macauhub)