Iran wants to expand relations with Angola
Angola, Luanda – The Islamic Republic of Iran wants to boost relations with Angola, Angop learned Wednesday in Luanda. The information was released by the Iranian minister of Information Technologies, Reza Taghipour. The Iranian minister was speaking at the end of a meeting with the Angolan secretary of State for Cooperation, Exalgina Gambôa. On the occasion, Exalgina Gambôa learned of an invitation from the Iranian president to his Angolan counterpart, José Eduardo dos Santos, to attend a summit that will take place in the Middle East nation. According to Reza Taghipour, a joint commission will be set up soon to make arrangements for the development of bilateral relations between the two countries. The visiting minister expressed the wish that the arranged meetings with his colleagues responsible for Telecommunication, Science and Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha and Higher Education, Maria Cândida Teixeira, pave the way for the start of the development of relations between both countries. The Iran minister of Information Technologies arrived Wednesday in Luanda for a visit to Angola as part of the effort to strengthen bilateral cooperation between both countries.