1 December 2012

Angola: Interior Ministry Commends Civil Protection Services

Luanda — The minister of the Interior, Ângelo Veiga Tavares, has commended the work that has been done by the Civil Protection and Fire Services (SNPCB), having called on this organ to continue in the path for which it was created, through the ideals of high professional spirit, dedication and humanism.

On a congratulations message, in the ambit of the 31st anniversary of the SNPCB, the government official states that the security of people, preservation of life, protection of public and private property are fundamental premises for the normal functioning of any society.

According to the minister, the recognition by the society of the efforts made by the SNPCB is something to safeguard, because this legacy makes the Ministry of the Interior proud.

"In this period of the year, your attitude towards the challenges demands greater sacrifice and commitment, at all levels of the command chain of this important state organ", reads the message.

To him, it is necessary the mastery of the modern techniques, because this will make the effectives ready to respond to the demand, enabling them to improve significantly the methods of work and the capacity of response.

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