Luanda – The President of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Musseveni analysed on Wednesday in Luanda the relaunching of bilateral relations between the two countries.
During a 40-minute meeting, which took place at Luanda’s Presidential Palace, the two statesmen shared information about the new political, economic, cultural and social challenges in Africa in general.
The two heads of state exchanged information on the new political, economic, cultural and social challenges facing Africa in general and the International Conference of the Great Lakes, in particular, whose presidency is currently held by Uganda.
The situation in the northern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the next Summit of the Great Lakes Region, to be held from August 6-7 in Kampala (Uganda), was also discussed by both Presidents.
The president of the Republic of Uganda, who arrived on Tuesday evening in Luanda, for a 24-hour working visit, was received by his Angolan counterpart with military honours and other protocol formalities.
After the audience granted by the Angolan President, Yoweri Musseveni left for Luanda’s “4 de Fevereiro” International Airport, where he received farewell greetings from the the Social Welfare minister, João Baptista Kussumua and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto.