27 November 2012

Angola: Nation to End Executive Secretary Mission At IACO

Luanda — Angola ends soon its 13-year term in the post of executive secretary of the Inter-African Coffee Organisation (IACO), represented by Josefa Sacko, an official source of government has announced.

To this purpose, the secretary of State for Agriculture, José Amaro Tati left Tuesday for Senegal to attend the 52nd general meeting of IACO in Dakar.

The event will start Wednesday and is expected to analyze the functioning of the institution, the ongoing projects, the contribution of the members, among other internal organisational aspects.

The two-day event will also assess the activities undertaken during the tenure of Josefa Secko and elect the substitute of Angolan representative at the post.

After Senegal, Amaro Tati and his entourage will move to Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) to attend on November 30 the meeting of Agriculture ministers and the incumbents of the field at the African Union (UA).

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