Geneva- Republic of Angola and the Swiss Confederation concluded Friday in Bern the negotiations on visa abolition agreements and cooperation on migration.
The accords are related to mutual abolition of visas for holders of diplomatic or service passports and cooperation on migration between the Swiss Federal Council and Executive of Republic of Angola.
The two legal instruments were signed by ambassador Osvaldo Varela, on behalf of Angola, and ambassador Edourad Carlos Gnesa, of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, in representation of the Switzerland.
The formal signing of two agreements will take place at a time and place still to be agreed on by the parties.
At the end of the work, the heads of both delegations signed a verbal process, that reflects the commitment demonstrated by the parties to consolidate the existing bilateral relations.
The Angolan delegation, led by the ambassador to Switzerland, Osvaldo Varela, is integrated by director of legal, treaties and contentious affairs of Foreign Affairs Ministry, Mário Constantino, and director of Institute of the Angolan Communities Abroad and Consulate services, Francisco Correia, as well as personnel of the Ministries of Interior and Justice.