The immigration authorities of Angola and Brazil are due to discuss the visa processing issues between the two countries, especially for entrepreneurs and people seeking medical treatment in Brazil.
The information was disclosed Tuesday in Brasilia by Angolan Foreign minister, Georges Chicoty, at the end of a meeting with his Brazilian counterpart, António de Aguiar Patriota.
During the contacts, Angola and Brazil agreed on the strengthening of bilateral cooperation at the level of the political positions about world matters.
The Georges Chicoty told press that Angola counts on Brazil to boost its economy, particularly in the agricultural sector, where the Brazilian experience in research and development of crops will be used.
In the field of cooperation at international level, the minister explained that the two sides reviewed the conflicts in Africa, having agreed on the continuation of the support for the stabilisation in Guinea-Bissau.
In the first half of 2012 the two countries will be holding bilateral talks to flesh out the understanding reached.
António Patriota expressed his country’s availability to support Angola in the fields of education, strengthening of public management, industry and development of sciences and technology, where digitalisation of television becomes relevant.