The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António, received, on Wednesday afternoon (21), the extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of the Republic of India to Angola, Pratibha Parkar, with whom he discussed matters of common interest, with particular emphasis on strengthening of the cooperation framework in the most varied areas existing between the two countries.
09/22/2022 Last update 08:25 am
Serbian ambassador delivers a letter to Téte António © Photo by: DR
On the occasion, Pratibha Parkar congratulated Téte António on his reappointment in the new government as head of Angolan diplomacy. India established diplomatic relations with Angola in 1985 and since then has maintained cooperation considered extremely cordial and is the country’s third largest trading partner.
Relationship with Serbia
In another audience, Téte António received the extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Serbia in Angola, Milos Perisic. As in the previous meeting, the topic under analysis here was also the state of cooperation between the two countries.
The two individuals, who also met at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Mutamba, downtown Luanda, spoke about the increase in cooperation between the two countries, as well as the preparation of bilateral visits at the highest level.
The moment was also used for the Serbian ambassador to Angola to deliver a letter from the minister of Foreign Affairs of his country, Nikole Selakovic, who congratulated him on his reappointment.
Nikole Selakovic was recently in Luanda, where he attended the inauguration ceremony of the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, for another five-year term. Angola and Serbia established diplomatic relations in 1975, since then, they mutually support each other in bilateral and multilateral relations in all areas of cooperation of mutual interest.