Mozambique and Angola strengthen partnership in the parliamentary field with the signing of an addendum to the 2003 Cooperation Protocol between the two legislative institutions, indicates a statement from the Assembly of the Republic.
The document signed Friday in Luanda by Presidents Esperança Bias and Carolina Cerqueira, of Mozambique and Angola, respectively, aims to boost the exchange between members and officials of the two parliaments.
According to Esperança Bias, the instrument will boost concerted positions on international issues in geopolitical areas of common interest.
For her part, the president of the Angolan Parliament, Carolina Cerqueira, said that the visit of her Mozambican counterpart expresses the will of the people of both countries, in strengthening the relations of cooperation and brotherhood.
Esperança Bias who is on an official visit to the Republic of Angola, at the invitation of her Angolan counterpart, Carolina Cerqueira is accompanied by the heads of the three parliamentary benches, Sergio Pantie, of FRELIMO, Viana Magalhães of RENAMO and Lutero Simango of MDM, respectively.