Mozambique and Angola are among 24 African countries whose leaders and business people the United Kingdom has invited to a summit in London on April 23-24 to promote trade and economic investment, the British government said.
In a statement, the British government said that the meeting aims to strengthen Anglo-African partnerships to create jobs and growth, support British and African talent in sectors such as finance and technology, and promote female entrepreneurship.
The President of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, was present at the first edition in London.
His Angolan counterpart, João Lourenço, unexpectedly canceled the trip and . . .