16 November 2012

Angola: Presidential Creates Interministerial Commission

Luanda — The President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, created through a Presidential Order, an Interministerial Commission, tasked with coordinating the implementation of the National Plan for Staff Training.

According to a press release from the Civil House of the Presidency, that reached ANGOP today, Friday, the plan aims to provide vocational training for excellence in public administration, and ensure the training of highly qualified staff, with resulting benefits in the conditions of competitiveness and internationalization of the Angolan economy.

The committee is coordinated by the Minister of Public Administration, Work and Social Security and integrates the ministers of Territory Administration, Science and Technology, Education, Higher Education and the Director of the Office of the Civil House of the President of the Republic, supported by a Technical Working Group, consisting of State Secretaries of the above-mentioned Ministries.

Another Presidential Order establishes the Interministerial Commission for organizing the participation of Angola in EXPO 2015, taking place in Milan/Italy.

It stresses that the initiative takes into account that these world exhibitions are factors for enhancement of cooperation among different countries and analysis of global issues of our planet and an opportunity to project the image of Angola abroad.

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