Japan grants 200 million Yen assistance to Angola for economic development

Angola and Japan have signed two hundred million Japanese yen agreement to implement the country’s Health and Economic Development Program.

The deal were signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Angola, Manuel Augusto and Foreign Affairs of Japan Taro Kono.

The agreement and its accrued interest will be used by the beneficiary and exclusively for the purchase of goods and services necessary for the implementation of the Program.

Both countries seek to boost bilateral cooperation and the development to promote more investments.

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