President accredits new ambassadors
Luanda, Luanda) - The Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, Tuesday in Luanda received credentials from the new ambassadors of Cuba, Palestine and Portugal, respectively, Gizela Rivera, Mohammed Raman and Joao da Camara. In separate ceremonies held at the Great Hall of the Presidential Palace, at the "Cidade Alta", the Angolan president also received the legal instruments that allow the exercise of diplomatic mission in the country of the representatives from Zimbabwe, Ngoni Sengwea, Sweden, Lena Sundh, and Fiji, Beniamino Salalakau. With the exception of the latter plenipotentiary diplomatic representative in Angola, the others have the status of "Resident". The ceremonies were witnessed by the chiefs of the Civil and Military Houses of the President, Carlos Feijó and Helder Vieira Dias, as well as Minister of State for Economic Coordination, Manuel Vicente. The minister of Foreign Affairs, Georges Chikoti, regional directors of this portfolio, as well as senior officials of the Presidency were also present.