elected as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for two years (2015-2016).
Foreign Affairs Minister, George Chikoti said Angolans were proud that their country received the backing of other member states for the position. He promised that Angola would strive to make the UN Security Council more efficient and balanced.
Minister Chikoti stated that, in the area of peace and security, Angola will be promoting dialogue among nations as an essential element for a culture of peace, respect for difference and conflict prevention.
"Angola will also contribute to a more efficient identification of the causes of conflict and to the reduction of violence through preventative diplomacy, promoting African agenda and contributing to peace and security in Africa and the world" (Sonangol Universe Magazine)