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ANGOLA PRESIDENT REITERATES INTEREST IN COOPERATING WITH LESOTHO

By Staff Writers

Maseru, Oct 06 (The Night’s Watch) – The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, on Sunday reiterated his country’s interest in exploring ways to cooperate with Lesotho in order to elevate existing relations between the two countries, EIN Presswire reported on Monday.

In a message of congratulations addressed to His Majesty King Letsie III, for the 54th anniversary of the National Independence of the Kingdom of Lesotho, which was marked on Sunday, João Lourenço expressed Angola’s interest in exploring existing ways of cooperation leading to progress, development and well-being of the populations of both countries.

 João Lourenço highlighted in the message the “excellent ties of friendship and cooperation” existing between the two Southern African nations.

“On behalf of the Angolan people, the Government and myself, I have the honor to congratulate the people of Lesotho, the Government and Your Highness, for the celebration of the 54th anniversary of the National Independence of the Kingdom of Lesotho,” read Lourenco’s letter to King Letsie III.

The Angolan Head of State ended his message by expressing “good health, success and prosperity to the people of the Kingdom of Lesotho”. 

Lesotho, whose capital is Maseru, is one of the 16 member states of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), with 30,355 square kilometers and about 2.1 million inhabitants. NW

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