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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

‘Joint Way Forward Angola – EU’

The EU and Angola have recently signed  a new cooperation agreement, entitled "Joint Way Forward Angola - European Union". This agreement, which was signed by Catherine Ashton, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy / Vice-President of the European Commission, and Andris Piebalgs, European Commissioner for Development, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Angola, George Chicoti, and the Minister of Planning, Ana Dias Lourenço,  deepens the political dialogue and bilateral cooperation in areas of common interest, recognizing Angola's growing regional and international role and the importance of strengthening the bilateral relationship.
The intensified dialogue and cooperation between Angola and the European Union will cover several areas, notably sustainable development, energy, environment, science and technology.
The European Union is the largest donor in Angola. Under the 10th European Development Fund (2008-2013), more that €250 million have been allocated to a multi-year cooperation program with Angola, with projects being developed in the areas of good governance, justice and institutional support, health and education, water and sanitation, rural development, demining, human rights and support for non-state actors.

Source: European Commission