Luanda — The minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António, addressed, during last week, the reinforcement of bilateral cooperation with his China, India and Indonesia counterparts.
The minister highlighted China's solidarity with African countries, including Angola, in aid of various kinds, with emphasis on the provision of assistance in matters of bio-safety, making known the efforts of the Angolan Government in tackling the pandemic of covid-19.
On his turn, the Chinese Foreign minister, Wang Yi, said that he is following the action of the Angolan authorities against covid-19, stressing that the good relations between both countries is a factor that puts China in better position to understand Angola's difficulties.
Still within the framework of his diplomatic agenda, minister Téte António also had a telephone conversation with his Indian counterpart, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, with whom he discussed the current state of bilateral cooperation, as well as the prospect of strengthening it.
The head of Angolan diplomacy expressed the need for the Indonesian minister to encourage businesspeople in her country to invest in Angola's productive sector.