The country's decision to host the 8th summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Portuguese-speaking Countries Community (CPLP) translates its political will to keep on working toward strengthening of prestigious and international projection of the organisation.
This was announced Thursday by the Angolan minister of Public Administration, Employment and Social Security, Pitra Neto, while delivering his opening speech.
The minister insisted that the organisation continuous deserving a great attention by the Angolan Executive.
To this purpose, he explained, the concerned ministerial department (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) has adopted appropriate measures for a better commitment to its responsibilities.
Pitra Neto also called on the other member States for cooperation and commitment to the continued enhancement of historic, political, cultural and social assets of the respective peoples and States.
The meeting is analysing documents that will be submitted to the heads of State and Government for their approval at the Friday Summit during which Angola is taking up the CPLP chairmanship.