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Angola,Qatar : Angola and Qatar sign cooperation agreements

Publish Date : 11-Sep-2019

In the presence of the President of the Republic, Joao Lourenco, and Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, emir of the state of Qatar, the agreement between the Angolan and Angolan governments on "Mutual Promotion and Protection of Investments" was signed. sustainable economic development of the parties.

The two countries also agreed to the "Protocol for the Establishment of Political Consultation Mechanisms" to strengthen cooperation between states in sharing and harmonizing positions on bilateral, regional, continental and international issues.

With a view to consolidating and strengthening cooperation between the two governments and facilitating the mobility of their diplomatic and special passport holders, a "Diplomatic and Special Passport Waiver Visa Waiver Agreement" was signed. Created to establish bilateral cooperation in the field of "Merchant Marine", Angola and Qatar, from today, are partners, on a day that was also sealed the "Economic, Commercial and Technical Cooperation".

This broader aims to lay the foundations for economic, trade and technical cooperation between the parties in the Industry, Mines, Energy, Agriculture, Communications, Transport, Construction, Labor and Tourism sectors. Also noteworthy is the "Memorandum of Understanding between the Qatar Port Management Company (Mwani) and the Angolan Port Maritime Institute (IMPA)" for cooperation between the port entities of the two countries and the respective management of the port systems.

This "small giant" of two million and 710 inhabitants, the world leader in per capita GDP ($ 129,112 per person), has oil, natural gas and financial market investments as its main sources of wealth, so Angola wants to make the most of it. enjoy the experience.

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