US reaffirms reinforced cooperation with Angola
The United States of America plans to strengthen bilateral cooperation with Angola, reaffirmed Nina Maria Fite, the new American ambassador, recently appointed by President Donald Trump, to replace Helen La Lime, who has been in office since 2014.
The new US ambassador to Angola said that the US government is following with interest the transparency measures being implemented by President João Lourenço, according to a note from the Angolan embassy in the United States.
According to the document to which ANGOP had access, the measures will contribute to attracting more investment from the US private sector to Angola. "It is everyone's desire to see the Angolan economy grow and the US is ready to help," said the new ambassador, quoted in the statement.
As part of her mission to Angola, the diplomat was received on Monday in Washington by the Angolan ambassador to the United States.
Nina Maria Fite has held previous positions in Angola, where she held the position of head of the political / economic section at the US embassy.
Luanda, 05. Dezember 2017
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