Angola – Mauritanian President Wants to Improve Relations

The President of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, has expressed interest in strengthening cooperation relations with Angola.

Vice-president, Manuel Vicente (on the right), meets Mauritanian ambassador to Angola, Cheik Sid Ahmed Ould El Reyak.

The Mauritanian statesman’s was transmitted on Wednesday in Luanda by the ambassador of Mauritania to Angola, Sheik Ould Sid Ahmed El Reyak, during an audience with the Angolan Vice-president, Manuel Vicente.

Speaking to the press, the Mauritanian diplomat said that relations between the two countries are excellent, but they could be strengthened with the recent opening of the diplomatic mission of his country in Angola.

He did not disclose the areas that both states are already cooperating.

The Islamic Republic of Mauritania is a country in the Maghreb region of western North Africa and is the eleventh largest country in Africa and bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Morocco and the remnants of Western Sahara in the north, Algeria in the northeast, Mali in the east and southeast, and Senegal in the southwest.

Source: Angola Press Agency.