Polish entrepreneurs encouraged to invest in Angola
Warsaw, Warsaw – The Angolan ambassador to Poland, Domingos Culolo, encouraged on Monday in Warsaw city the Polish entrepreneurs to invest in the country. Domingo Culolo said so during the seminar on economic strategy between Angola and Poland held in Warsaw. A delegation led by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, also integrated by Secretary of State for Industry, Kiala Gabriel, the deputy chairman of the National Private Investment Agency (ANIP), Adeltrudes Costa, director of external business office of B.P.C, Neusa Ribeiro, Representative of Luanda railways company (CFL) and advisors of different ministries attended the event. The seminar entitled "Investment opportunity in Angola" was organised by the Angolan embassy in Poland, Polish Agency for Information and Foreign Investment and Chamber of Commerce and Industry. On his turn, Manuel Augusto recalled that Angola and Poland always had friendly ties and their bilateral relations are still firm. The seminar was also attended by Polish personalities, namely the head of Poland’s Financial Division, Andrzej Golebiewski, senior employees of foreign affairs department and entrepreneurs.