Government controlled Angola Press Agency (ANGOP) and its Argentinean peer, Telam, inked a deal in Buenos Aires for mutual co-operation.
What does ANGOP stand for?
ANGOP stands for Angola Press Agency
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1]s state-owned airline, TAAG, is losing 5 million USD a month because the European Union banned it from flying in its airspace, the Angola Press Agency said, citing company spokesman Rui Carreira.
ANGOLA -- According to an Angola press agency, projects that are set to rehabilitate coffee plantations can start as soon as the Angolan government confirms that it will provide the $3 million that initially should have been given by the European Union, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development consultant, Vick Mateso said.