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His Excellency João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço is the President of the Republic of Angola since September 26, 2017 in the framework of the General Elections of August 23 2017, succeeding H.E. José Eduardo dos Santos. H. E. President João Lourenço was born in Benguela province on March 5, 1954 and graduated in 1982 in historical Sciences from Lenin Higher Academy in former Soviet Union. 
João Lourenço stood as the presidential candidate of the MPLA in the 23rd August 2017 General Election won by the ruling party (MPLA) by taking 61.07 percent of the vote. Read More >>
 
 
 

 The Embassy of Angola in Abu Dhabi is open from Sunday to Thursday

Office Hours
Sunday to Wednesday - 9am - 4pm
Thursday - 9am - 2pm 

Visa Section Hours
Sunday to Thursday - 10am  1pm
 

Important Information

 Due to exceptional circumstances, the Embassy of the Republic of Angola in the UAE, is working with reduced office presence and partial teleworking. The Embassy staff can be reached via their usual email addresses and phone numbers, but the response time will be slower than usual.

  If you are an Angolan citizen and need urgent consular assistance, please call the following emergency numbers: +971 56 3290269 & +971 56 4189088

 Residents are urged to follow the local news and adhere to any Government advice and instruction as mentioned on the official UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation www.mofaic.gov.ae

 The UAE has suspended all visas, including the visa-upon-arrival, as well as the the entry of all valid visa holders, who are currently out of the country, for a renewable period of two weeks as of  March 19th 2020, as a measure to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Residency and visit visa holders in the UAE are exempted from overstay fines for three months.

 

   
   
 
 
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Angola business and investment climate overview

Over recent years, the Angolan economy had double digit growth rates, but the collapse of oil Read More >>

 
 
 
 


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