Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Angola and Brazili boost bilateral cooperation in agriculture
22 July 2012. Luanda. The Ministry of Agriculture of Angola and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Company (Embrapa), boost bilateral cooperation in agriculture.
According to the Public Television of Angola, Brazilian Ambassador to Angola, Nelson Cosme, and Embrapa´s president, Pedro Arraes met in Brasilia to further enhance this cooperation, which will reorganize the Angolan agricultural research system.
The meeting´s objective was to find appropriate ways and resources to implement the Technical Cooperation Project between both countries, said the source.
The Technical Cooperation Project will have more than two million dollars that will be used in creating the institutional basis of the Integrated Agricultural Research System of Angola.