The President of the Republic said this Saturday that the Luanda summit of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP) exceeded all expectations in terms of results and that Portugal “I leave very happy” with new developments.
This position was assumed by Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa at the end of the CPLP summit, in a long joint press conference with the Prime Minister, António Costa, and the Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva.
“This summit exceeded expectations that were already positive for the conclusion of the mobility agreement” in the Portuguese-speaking world, declared the head of state.
However, according to the President of the Republic, the Luanda summit “served to reinforce the idea of ongoing cooperation in health matters in this pandemic period that is being experienced at different paces by the CPLP countries”.
The idea of going far in an investment financial instrument, as well as other intentions, all of this is very promising and a turning point. It can be said that Portugal came out very happy from this summit, because it corresponded to the effort of a presidency [de Cabo Verde] in difficult time”, maintained Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.