Angola: Transport Minister Works in Huambo

Luanda — Angolan minister of Transport, Augusto Tomás da Silva, left Wednesday for the central Huambe province to chair a lecture under the theme "cooperation between logistics of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) and Higher Institute of Logistics and Transport Management (ISGLT)".

Speaking to Angop at airport, Augusto Tomás announced that the topic is also connected with the recently launched programme of the Ministry on the implementation of logistic platforms in the country.

The official also stressed its importance in the implementation of the project related to the functioning of Lobito corridor including Benguela railways (CFB), in the central highland locality.

During his few-hour visit to Huambo, minister Augusto Tomás will discuss with the local government officials, led by the provincial governor Faustino Muteka, matter related to the transport sector.

The activity is sponsored by the FAA General Staff ahead of the 6th Methodological Meeting of Logistic Specialists of FAA.

The recently created ISGLT by Transport Ministry, with headquarters in Luanda, will enable cooperation in strengthening and improving the activities of the Armed Forces staff on logistic field.

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