Angola and Namibia want to reinforce business ties in order to face up to challenges and common needs in the fisheries sector, including in the production of salt and management of seals, says Angolan Fisheries Minister Vitoria de Barros Neto.
She told journalists before a meeting with her Namibian counterpart, Bernhard Esau, that the co- operation between both countries was strong and the meeting would serve to assess bilateral ties with emphasis on fisheries research, supervision and training of staff.
She said Angola and Namibia, as neighboring countries, shared one of the world’s important ecosystem in the Benguela current which runs off their coasts, and which is one of the most productive regions for marine life in the world.
She said the two countries, which collaborate at bilateral and multilateral levels were studying mechanisms to facilitate the trading of salt produced in the two countries.
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