Luanda - Angola and the Republic of Congo reaffirmed their desire to strengthen relations in the area of delimitation and demarcation of maritime borders in the light of bilateral agreements and international legal instruments governing the matter.More about this news
Luanda - Angola and the European Union (EU) signed Monday in Luanda three new financing agreements worth 22 million Euros to support for the sectors of higher education, economic governance and dialogue facilities between the parties.
Luanda - Angola?s Foreign Affairs minister Manuel Augusto on Monday defended a new Angola-European Union (EU) cooperation model that ensure change in the current framework from a mere exporter of raw materials to manufacturers of manufactured and industrialized products.
Luanda - The Monument flag was hoisted on Monday for the sixth time in Luanda to celebrate the 58th anniversary of the beginning of the National Liberation Armed Forces (February 4, 1961), which is being marked today throughout the country, whose Central act happens in Cabinda.
Luanda - The preparation for the implementation of the municipal elections and consolidation of state reforms in the area of central and local administration as well as in the justice sector are priority tasks for the political agenda of the governing MPLA in 2019, launched Saturday in Luanda at a gathering chaired by the party's vice president, Luísa Damião.
Luanda - The Migration and Foreigners Service (SME) have expelled 2.248 citizens of different nationalities last week by administrative and judicial decision, plus 1,200 deportations in relation to the previous week.
Luanda - The minister of Territory Administration and State Reform, Adão de Almeida, Tuesday in Luanda, recognized that governing the province is challenging due to its territorial complexity, population density and urban mobility.
Luanda - At least 1110 foreign nationals were expelled from Angola during last week by the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME), 304 more people in relation to the previous seven days.
Luanda - The chairman of the Association of Support for Former FAPLA Combatants (ASCOFA), António Fernando (Samora) was dismissed Thursday from the post over alleged embezzlement of funds during 17 years at the helm of the Association.