Luanda — Ethiopian president Sahle-Work Zewde has praised the efforts made by the Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, focused on promotion of peace and security in the African continent, mainly in conflict between the Democratic Republics of Congo (DRC) and Rwanda and, more recently, in Sudan.
The recognition was expressed Thursday in Addis Ababa during a meeting with the Angolan top diplomat, Téte António, who has been in the Ethiopian capital since Wednesday in the context of consultations with Azali Assoumani, President of the Union of Comoros and acting African Union (AU).
The meeting discussed bilateral issues, with stress to the consolidation of the legal basis, aimed at conclusion and signing the three (3) pending projects.
They (projects) include the General Cooperation Agreement in the Economic, Technical, Scientific and Cultural domains, Agreement on the Exemption of Visas on Diplomatic and Service Passports and the Memorandum of Understanding for the Establishment of Political Consultation Mechanisms.
At the time, the head of Angolan diplomacy praised Ethiopia’s experience in the sector of industry and agro-food technology, presented as a space for the future pharmacist to act.
He also spoke of the urgent reassessment of the only two existing bilateral legal instruments in the fields of the air services, 1977, and trade, 1981, with a view to their revision.