Angola, Liberia sign legal tools
Angola, Luanda - The Foreign Affairs Ministries of Angola and Liberia signed Monday in Luanda two legal tools on General Accord of Cooperation and the Memorandum of Political Consultation between the two institutions. According to a communiqué, the signing ceremony was held at the end of official talks between the delegations of the two countries, under the visiting agenda of Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, to Angola. Signed the documents were Angolan Foreign Affairs minister, Georges Chicoty, and the acting top diplomat of Liberia, Silvestre Grisby. The source also said that the parties recognised the high existing potential for the strengthening more and more the relations as well as the economic and scientific cooperation. They also recommended the creation of conditions to promote the investment and bilateral cooperation project, in particular, in the fields of public security, oil, agriculture and fisheries, transports and geology and mining, under the reciprocal advantageous, in the favour of the progress and social wellbeing of the two countries. The communiqué also refers that during the visit, the president of Liberia Ellen Johnson SirLeaf met with National Assembly Speaker, Paulo Kassoma, and visited several places of socio-economic interests. The President Ellen Johnson Sir Leaf invited her Angolan colleague José Eduardo dos Santos to visit her country. The invitation was satisfactorily accepted, said the source, adding that the dates for its materialisation will be negotiated through diplomatic channel.