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Angola and South Korea agree to increase parliamentary cooperation

Luanda, ANGOLA, June 14 - The Republics of Angola and South Korea have agreed to increase bilateral relations in order to keep up with the dynamics of cooperation between the governments of the two countries in the parliamentary sphere.,


The two States will hold meetings for the signing in the near future of a memorandum for the creation of a parliamentary friendship association between Angola and South Korea, as well as visits by national deputies to the Asian country and vice versa.


The first step to take this initiative was assumed in Luanda during a meeting between the Speaker of the National Assembly Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos and South Korean ambassador to Angola, Dongchan Kim.


As in South Korea, Dongchan Kim, welcomes the emergence of a friendly association of Angolan deputies with South Korean counterparts in Angola. "We want to hold meetings to sign a document between the two countries in this area."


The South Korean diplomat said at the end of the meeting with the Speaker of the National Assembly that his country is open to pass on its experience to the African country regarding industrial development and help Angola in the training of its staff.


Since they established relations in 1992, the two countries are increasingly expanding political and economic relations.


The total value of commercial volume between Angola and the Asian giant is around US $ 20 billion. Exports from South Korea to Angola are valued at US $ 1.95 billion, while imports from Angola are US $ 150 million.


Meeting between North Korean leader and US president was a success


South Korea's ambassador to Angola considered the meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump to be very satisfying and highly successful, for whom he opened great expectations for the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.


Asked whether this could mean a reunification between the two Koreas, he said it was still too early to express himself on this matter, "but it was a good sign to open hands to the two Koreas."

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