Vietnam Looks to Invest in Agriculture in Southern Angola


Vietnam intends to invest in Angola’s southern Huambo province, in the areas of agriculture, construction and trade, the Asian country’s ambassador has said.

At the end of a two-day visit to Huambo last week, Vietnamese ambassador to Angola, Vu Ngol Minh, said that the province has great potential in water resources capable of developing agricultural activity on a large scale

Speaking to the press, at the end of a meeting with the governor of Huambo, Lotti Nolika, the diplomat stressed that technical groups from both countries will now meet to carry out concrete cooperation and investment actions.

The governor of Huambo province, Lotti Nolika, underlined the value of attracting Vietnamese investment to the areas of agriculture, energy and water, with a view to the development of the region.


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