Minister of Energy and Water, H.E. Mr. João Baptista Borges flanked by Mr. Hiroshi Kato, Senior Vice President of JICA (left) and Ambassador of Angola to Japan, Rui Orlando Xavier (right)
Minister of Energy and Water, H.E. Mr. João Baptista Borges flanked by Mr. Hiroshi Kato, Senior Vice President of...
H.E. Mr. Rui Orlando Xavier, presented to His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, on December 5, 2018, the Letter of Cre...
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On the occasion of the 42nd anniversary of the independence, the Embassy of the Republic of Angola in Japan hosted...
In order to deepen their understanding about the History, Culture, Society and other aspects related to Angola, a...
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A friendly and hospitable people, an amazing variety of attractions, and a dynamic and charming culture make Angola a country worth visiting. As far as tourism is concerned, it can be said that Angola is like a rough diamond, with a huge potential still to be explored.
Angola, officially the Republic of Angola, is the seventh largest country in Africa in terms of size with an area of 1,246,700 km2. The country is divided into 18 provinces. The northernmost province, Cabinda, constitutes an enclave separated from the rest of the country by the Democratic Republic of Congo. The main urban centers, besides the country’s capital, Luanda, are the cities of Lubango, Benguela, Huambo, Cabinda, Lobito, Namibe, Malanje and Soyo.
The Angola-Japan diplomatic relations were established in September 1976. The two countries started to exchange high level visits in the late 1980s with the most notable being the visit to Japan in 2001 by H.E. Mr. José Eduardo dos Santos, President of the Republic of Angola.