South Sudan defends strengthening parliamentary cooperation with Angola

This 30th March, in Juba, South Sudan expressed its interest in strengthening parliamentary cooperation with Angola in various matters.
According to the president of the Legislative Assembly of South Sudan, Jema Kumba, who held a meeting in Juba with her Angolan counterpart, Carolina Cerqueira, her country is interested in obtaining more knowledge and experience in Angola, above all, in terms of pacification, union and reconciliation among citizens.
He highlighted the fact that Angola managed, after nearly three decades of conflict, to rebuild its infrastructure.
Carolina Cerqueira, who heads the Angolan delegation at the 13th ordinary session of the Plenary Assembly taking place in the capital of South Sudan, invited Kumba to travel to the country to find out more about the reality, as the National Assembly “is open for exchange of experience”.