Ambassador to Armenia On Bilateral Relations
Angola Press Agency (Luanda)
April 16, 2004 Posted to the web April 16, 2004
The Ambassador of Angola to Armenia, General Roberto Leal Ramos
Monteiro “Ngongo” on Wednesday called in Erevan city for the
strengthening of the relations between the two countries in the areas
of economy and commerce.
Speaking at the handing over ceremony of his credential letters to the
local President, Robert Kotcharian, the diplomat said that this
country has modern technologies for polishing of stones and use of it
in the field of science for treatment of cardiac sicknesses.
According to him, the President of Armenia revealed that his country
is the ninth at the world level at diamond’s lapidation, being opened
for initiatives of bilateral cooperation at firm-related level.
President Robert Kotcharian expressed his country’s availability for
the training of Angolan students in cardiology and other fields of
medical science in that former Russian Republic.
The Angolan Ambassador met with the Deputy Foreign Minister, Fatou
Markarian, the Deputy President of the Chamber of Commerce and
Industry, Andranik Aleksayan, and visited the diamond polishing firm
Dca, owned by Gagik Abrahamyan.
Roberto Leal Monteiro presented a week ago his credential letters to
President Ilkham Aliev, of Azerbadjan.
In that country, the diplomat discussed with Aliev and his Foreign
Minister, Elmar Mamediarov, matters relating to the possible opening
in Angola of a brench of the Academy of Oil and Gas of Baku city,
where the Angolan Head of State, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, graduated in
Roberto Leal Monteiro “Ngongo” is also Ambassador to Bielorussia,
Ucrania, Moldavia and Russia Federation, where he resides.