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Marcelo leaves on Sunday to “strengthen the fraternity between states”

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The Portuguese president said today that he will depart on Sunday for a state visit to Angola, due to make stops in Cape Verde and São Tomé and Príncipe, “to strengthen the fraternity among states.

During a visit to the International Salon of the Food and Beverage Sector (SISAB) in Lisbon, where he was constantly asked to take pictures with Portuguese and foreigners, mainly Chinese, the President of the Republic commented that he will call in Cape Verde on Sunday, and then in São Tomé and Príncipe, on the way to Angola.

He was later questioned by the media about his trip to Angola, where he is expected to arrive on Tuesday, March 5, for a State visit from 06 to 09, and said that he takes “the same spirit “the spirit of dialogue, in the framework of the brother countries, of the brotherly peoples who speak Portuguese“.

I am going to leave at the weekend and I will be in Angola next week in the same spirit, which is to strengthen the fraternity among peoples, to strengthen the fraternity among the homelands, and to strengthen the fraternity between States. people feel, I have no doubt that it will be a great time, ” added Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

Before responding to questions from journalists, the Portuguese head of state paid tribute to Carlos Morais, owner of the Portuguese Mundo newspaper and a promoter of SISAB, the largest national fair dedicated to the export of agri-food products, which died in July last year, to 58, who recalled as “a dreamer.

Asked about the situation in Venezuela, the President of the Republic reiterated his position today, together with his Peruvian counterpart Martín Vizcarra, that “violence is not the solution and must be condemned.

The solution is a peaceful path, it is a path of constitutional evolution, it is a path of free elections. It is a way of giving the Venezuelans the chance to choose their destiny. namely the European Union to the United Nations want to get the Venezuelan people, ” he said.

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