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It is our honor to inform the Angolan community residing in the jurisdiction of this Consulate
General that on December 14, 2021 this Consulate has inaugurated its services for processing
requests for Angolan Identity card and Criminal Records . Beginning January 10, 2022, services
will be opened to the general public.
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For all national and foreign citizens must register before traveling to Angola at the website
www.covid19.gov.ao

Holiday Notice

In observance of September 5, Labor Day the Consulate General of the Republic of Angola in New York will be closed Monday September 5 2022.

 

GGPEN opens internships in National Space Programme

Luanda – The Management Office of the National Space Programme (GGPEN) announced Wednesday the opening of the recruiting process for five trainees to join the National Space Programme.

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AIPEX REGISTERS OVER $4 BILLION IN INVESTMENTS

Luanda – The Private Investment and Export Promotion Agency (AIPEX) accepted and registered, from August 2018 to July 2021, a total of 396 projects, budgeted at US $4,252 billion.

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Health sector increases primary care by 60%

Luanda – The coverage of primary health care units in municipalities increased from 25 percent in 2017 to 60 percent in 2022, as a result of investment made to expand and modernize large, medium and small sized infrastructures.

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ANGOLA WOOING UK OVER MORE INVESTMENTS

Luanda – British investors have been invited to join the Privatisation of Assets and State Participation Programme (Propriv), underway, both in Angola and abroad.
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BDA PROVIDES OVER AKZ 547.9 MLN FOR AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS IN BENGO PROVINCE

Caxito – The Angola Development Bank (BDA) made available, from November 2020 to the present date, around 547. 979,000 Kwanzas, to agricultural cooperatives and trade and distribution agents (OCDs) in the north-central Province of Bengo.

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