U.S. Relationship

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U.S.-Angola Relations

In 1993, the U.S. established diplomatic relations with Angola. U.S. foreign policy goals in Angola are to promote and strengthen Angola’s democratic institutions, promote economic prosperity, improve health, and consolidate peace and security, including maritime security. The U.S. has worked with Angola to remove thousands of landmines and help war refugees and internally displaced people return to their homes.
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U.S. Assistance to Angola

U.S. assistance seeks to focus on preventing major infectious diseases, strengthening health systems, increasing access to family planning and reproductive health services, and building capacity within nongovernmental organizations working in health advocacy and health service delivery. U.S. assistance also promotes stabilization and security sector reform.
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Bilateral Economic Relations

Angola is the third largest export market of the U.S. in sub-Saharan Africa, mainly because of its petroleum exports. U.S. exports to Angola include machinery, aircraft, poultry, and iron and steel products. Angola is a partner country with Power Africa. Angola is eligible for preferential trade benefits under the African Growth and Opportunity Act. The U.S. and Angola have signed
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Integrated Country Strategies

The Integrated Country Strategy is the four-year strategy articulating U.S. priorities in a given country. The Chief of Mission leads the strategy.

Investment Climate Statements

The Investment Climate Statements analyze a variety of economies that are or could be markets for U.S. businesses and provide information on the business climates.

Fiscal Transparency Report

The Fiscal Transparency Report analyzes government transparency and identifies needed changes to improve public spending accountability.

The United States Delivers COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Angola

COVID-19 Vaccine Deliveries

Since August, 2021 the United States has donated 11,586,420 safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine doses with the people of Angola. This includes 10,912,770 Pfizer and 673,650 J&J doses. Of the 11,586,420 vaccine doses, 96% were donated in partnership with COVAX and 4% were donated through bilateral agreement.

The United States is committed to leading an international and coordinated effort to accelerate access to safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines to meet global needs. The United States is working with other governments and partners including COVAX, Caricom, and the African Vaccine Acquisition Trust (AVAT) to protect communities from COVID-19 and apply lessons from this pandemic to enhance health security now and in the future.

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