Mon, 07 May 2012 10:52 - Updated Mon, 07 May 2012 10:52
Secretary of State in Zambia over bilateral matters
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Lusaka - The Angolan secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, is meeting separately Monday in Lusaka with the Zambian Foreign minister and his deputy, Given Lubinda, and Effron Lungu, respectively.
Manuel Augusto will pay a courtesy meeting to minister Given Lubinda and discuss matters of bilateral interest with Affron Lungu.
The official will also meet with leaders of Angolan community organisations based in Zambia.
On Tuesday, before leaving Zambia, Manuel Augusto will open the 10th Bilateral Forum on Trade and Investment sponsored by the Embassy of Angola to that neighbouring country.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide to the Angolan and Zambian businesspeople with an opportunity to publicise their businesses.
On arrival on Sunday at Keneth Kaunda Airport, in Lusaka, Manuel Augusto was welcomed by the deputy minister Effron Lungu, and the Angolan ambassador to that country, Balbina da Silva.