.Angolan President João Lourenço is in Switzerland attending the World Economic Forum in Davos.READ MORE
The draft law of the General State Budget (GSB) for 2018, the first of the executive led by João Lourenço, forecasts economic growth of 4.9% and is expected to be voted on January 18 in Parliament.READ MORE
The Ministry of Economy and Planning is expected to begin a review of the law on public-private partnerships in December to strengthen the mobilization of private investment under the six-month Interim Plan prepared by the Government.READ MORE
The National Police of Angola should strengthen their fight against the illegal sale of foreign currency on the street.
The Embassy held an event to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the day of National Independence yesterday.
The 1st International Marketing Workshop will be held in Luanda on 22nd and 23rd November for the launch of the Fresh and Perishable Goods Export Centre, ANGOLA AIRCARGO EXPORTS, organised by the Rede Camponesa consortium, with the collaboration of several public and private sector entities, both national and international.READ MORE
On 24th and 27th October, the 1st Portuguese language Film Festival, ‘Cine Fest Luso Mundo 2017’, dedicated to the feminine universe, took place in Brussels under the slogan of “Women and muses”.
The European Union head of diplomacy, Federica Mogherini, confirmed that the recent election in Angola is a “clear sign” of the country’s commitment to democracy.READ MORE
João Lourenço was today invested as President of the Republic of Angola, the third president that the country has known since independence, in November 1975.READ MORE
Final results of the election confirm that João Lourenço will be the new President of the Republic of Angola
The final results of the General Election of 23rd August were released on 6th September by the National Electoral Commission (CNE), confirming João Lourenço as the new President of Angola.READ MORE