Luanda — The bilateral cooperation between Angola and US currently almost confined to diplomacy and oil might expand to other levels like those of agriculture, energy and technology.
This was said Monday in Luanda by the US secretary of State, John Kerry. The US secretary of State was assessing his one-day official visit to Angola, following a tour of some African countries that included Ethiopia, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
He reaffirmed the importance of the partnership between the two countries that, according to him, is on a rising trend. The diplomat said that Angola was an important US partner within a cooperation recording a rising trend.
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