Angolan debt to Cuba: financial disagreements between the two countries seem to come to an end
- Submitted by: Juana
- Politics and Government
- 08 / 24 / 2015
Financial disagreements between Cuba and Angola caused by the debt of the latter to the Caribbean nation were solved, said sources rooted in the African country.
Failure to pay to the Cuban collaborators from the government of Angola, unleashed the popular comment on the island on the withdrawal of all technicians and specialists that meet mission in that country.
Last May, the Angolan ambassador to Cuba, José César Augusto Kiluanje announced the creation of a joint committee to address financial issues between the two states. The diplomat said that the delay in the liquidation of the debt was due to the current situation related to the decline of oil prices in the international market, major export of Angola.
However, the official said the amount would be paid and added that "despite the debit they will continue promoting actions with common achievements."