3 December 2012

Botswana's Defence Attaché Accredited

Luanda — Botswana's Colonel Malotlhegi Ntelano of Defence Force was accredited Monday in Luanda as non-resident defence attaché at his country's Embassy in Angola during a ceremony chaired by the Director of International Relations of National Defence Ministry, General José Luis Caetano Higino de Sousa.

The ceremony, which took place at the facilities of the Ministry of Defence, was attended by defence attaches from various countries accredited in Angola and senior officers of the Angolan Armed Forces.

Born on March 3, 1967, in Chadide, Botswana, the Tswana official attended various military courses with stress to the infantry officer, general staff of the United Nations, supervision management of defence and security and UN logistics.

Colonel Malothegi also holds the post of defence attaché of his country to South Africa, where as part of his mission has permanent residence.

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