Pretoria — Angolan and South African presidents are due to sign several agreements, marking a new era in both countries’ bilateral relations.
According to the Angolan Foreign minister, Manuel Augusto, one of the aims of the meeting between the Angolan head of State, Joaõ Lourenço and his South African counterpart, Jacob Zuma, is to place the economic cooperation at the same level of the existing political relations.
Speaking to the press, the Angolan official highlighted the degree of excellence of the political relation between South Africa and Angola, underscoring that the beginning of a new era includes taking steps for discussions by the two presidents on Friday.
The official, who said that the course of the events could not be anticipate, added that discussions will be held and decisions made, including the signing of agreements.
Source: ANGOLA PRESS