The Portuguese Prime Minister said that both governments will do everything they can to help entrepreneurs overcome the difficulties.
The Portuguese Prime Minister downplays Angolan debt to Portuguese companies, which amount to €500 million.
The problem will be discussed on the second day of António Costa's official visit to Luanda, where a memorandum will be signed between the two countries.
"Just as, in a difficult moment, Angola welcomed Portuguese companies and many Portuguese citizens who came here to find work, it is also on the basis of friendship and cooperation that we will solve the problems that need to be solved," the Portuguese premier said.
On the first day of his official visit to Luanda, António Costa announced the strengthening of a credit line for Angolan exports and promised that both governments will do everything they can to help entrepreneurs.
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