Mustafa Bouf was speaking to press during a meeting granted to him by the speaker of National Assembly, António Paulo Kassoma during which he presented farewell greetings at the end of his three-year mission in Angola.
He said that the agreements have already been signed and it is being done some arrangements so that the Moroccan company “Royal Air Maroc” begins to operate between Rabat and Luanda.
The source added that the meeting served also to analyse bilateral cooperation that he considers as good in trade, economy and training of Angolans.
He underlined that the two countries had established relations since 1961, when his country hosted the summit of leaders of liberation movements in former Portuguese colonies in which Angola was represented by Mario Pinto de Andrade, one of the founding members of the ruling MPLA party.
Angola Press Agency