10 January 2013

Angola: Interior Ministry Summons Year's First Broad Extraordinary Meeting

Luanda — The Ministry of the Interior will hold on Monday, in Luanda, its first Broad Extraordinary Consultative Council, which will analyse, among other topics, the criminal situation in the country, illegal immigration and the measures to adopt.

According to a document from the institution, which reached ANGOP on Thursday, the extraordinary session will be chaired by the incumbent minister, Ângelo Veiga Tavares, who will also review the disarmament programme of citizens who illegally own weapons.

The note states that the topics to be discussed reflect the factors that raise great concern in the Interior Ministry.

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