Luanda — The strengthening of cooperation relations between Angola and Japan was discussed on Monday in Luanda between the vice president of Angola, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos and the deputy minister of Foreign Affairs of the Asian country, Toshiyuki Kato.
The information was released by the Japanese diplomat at the end of an audience with the vice president.
Toshiyuki Kato said that during the meeting was discussed the importance of the signing of a bilateral agreement and the introduction of Angola to the system of digital television with participation of Angola and Brazil.
The diplomat said that the interest of Japan in the signing of these agreements shows the interest of his country in the strengthening of the cooperation with Angola.
The vice president defended the necessity to have a technical cooperation with Japan to contribute toward the country development.
The deputy minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan, Toshiyuki Kato arrived on Sunday in Luanda for a two-day visit and will meet various holders of ministerial departments.