The Republic of Angola was elected on 16 October by the United Nations General Assembly in New York, as member of the UN Human Rights Council, for the period 2018 – 2020. Angola was among the four candidates from Africa to the Council, alongside the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Senegal.
In all, the General Assembly elected 15 new members, four from Africa, four from the Asia-Pacific, two from Eastern Europe, three ...Read More →
In order to deepen their understanding about the History, Culture, Society and other aspects related to Angola, a group of students from the Tokyo Metropolitan Roppongi High School visited the Embassy of the Republic of Angola on October 3, 2017.
The students attended a lecture by Mr. José Van-Dúnem, First Secretary.Read More →
João Lourenço, President of the Republic of Angola / Photo: JAIMAGENS
On September 28 and 29, the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, nominated, by presidential decree, the heads of different government departments as follows:
Manuel José Nunes Júnior, as State Minister for Economic and Social Development;
Pedro Sebastião, as State Minister and Head of the Security Office of the President of the Republic
Frederico Manuel dos Santos e Silva Cardoso, as State Minister and Head of ...Read More →