Angola: Interior Ministry to Hold Consultative Council

Luanda — The Ministry of Home Affairs will hold its 2nd Consultative Council on 19 and 20 November this year to assess the level of fulfilment of recommendations from the last meeting held in January this year.

The information is contained in a note released by the Office of Studies, Information and Analysis of the Ministry of Interior delivered Friday to ANGOP.

According to the source, the participants at the event will discuss the draft statute regulation of the Ministry. The event, that will be opened by the incumbent minister, Ângelo de Barros Tavares, is also expected to analyse draft regulation of national council of transport and traffic planning.

Lecture on "the importance and opportunity of communication", is also part of agenda of the meeting that will gather all officials from the central organs of Interior Ministry.

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