Angola: Nation Attends IOM 101st Session in Geneva

Luanda — A delegation of the Angolan Permanent Mission in Switzerland started to attend on Tuesday in Geneva the 101st session of the managing board of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM, to end on 30 November.

The session is examining issues related to the management of migration in situation of crisis, such as in Middle East and North Africa, with emphasis on the refugees and immigrants in Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Somalia, Syria and DR Congo.

During the work it will be assessed the programme of 2013 budget, the state of financial contributions of the member states, as well as aspects related to the preparation of the UN Summit on International Migration and Development, happening in September of 2013, during the works of UN 68th General Assembly.

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