The mission of Turkish businessmen is expected in Angola in June, expecting the skills that this southern African country has to offer in many fields, the Angolan ambassador in Ankara, Jose Patricio, announced on Sunday.
Ambassador José Patricio, who spoke at the inauguration ceremony of Turkish President Recep Erdogan, who was re-elected for the third time and Angola was represented by Vice President Esperanca Costa, said that Angola and Turkey have carried out important economic reforms in recent years, resulting in an improved business environment, which allowed them to resume their bilateral cooperation in various fields.
The value of trade between Turkey and Angola was 187 million USD in 2020. Angola imports mainly milling materials, food, machinery and equipment, plastics, iron and steel from Turkey.
The largest Lusophone state in Africa exports charcoal, fuel, minerals, wood products, steel, animal feed, raw wood and derived products to Turkey.