7 June 2012

Angola: Mozambique's Home Affairs Team Works in Nation

Luanda — A Mozambican interior ministry team visited Angola on 3-6 June, having checked the functioning of some Angolan counterpart departments, says a press note released to Angop.

The document reads that team was comprised by the directors of the departments of migration, civil and criminal identification, communication and computing services, as well as the adviser of the Mozambican Interior Minister.

The delegation visited the premises of the Migration and Foreigner Services (SME), to learn about the technological advances in the domain of visa issuing, control, entry and staying of foreign citizens.

The meeting served as an interchange in the migration and civil identification domains.

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