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Zambia and Angola Cement Ties

The Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) that govern bilateral collaboration between the two nations have been implemented slowly, according to President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA and his Angolan colleague JOAO LORENCO, who have both expressed their worry.

This was revealed today at a meeting of the two heads of state held at the presidential palace in Luanda, Angola.

Among other things, Zambia and Angola have MoUs in trade and health.

According to President HICHILEMA, Zambia and Angola must strengthen their ties through collaborations that benefit the populations of both nations.

He stated that despite the substantial shared space, it is intolerable that the two nations do not have a common border infrastructure.

Additionally, the president of Angola urged for the development of transportation infrastructure to improve trade relations between the two nations.

Jimbe in the province of North Western was mentioned by Mr. LORENCO as a top priority.

He also emphasized the necessity of swiftly putting the MoUs between Zambia and Angola into effect.

Mr. Lorenzo praised the countries’ long-standing bilateral ties in his additional remarks.

The signing of memorandums of understanding in the fields of infrastructure and education was also witnessed by Presidents HICHILEMA and LORENCO.

While visiting the presidential burial site earlier in the day, President HICHILEMA was also given a 21-gun salute at the Presidential Palace.

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