30 March 2014

Angola: Interior Minister in Spain

The Angolan Interior minister, Ângelo da Veigas Tavares, is starting Saturday a four-day official to the Spain Kingdom at the invitation of his local counterpart, Jorge Fernández Diaz, as part of the joint effort to improve existing bilateral cooperation.

According to a diplomatic source that reached Angop, minister Ângelo da Veigas Tavares and Jorge Diaz will review the state of cooperation in such fields as migration, penitentiary, civil protection and training of staff.

The agenda includes visits to institutions of the Spanish Interior Ministry.

The Angolan minister and his delegation will also travel to Ávila city, near Madrid, for a contact with officers of the National Police Corps Centre.

In Ávila, the Angolan delegation will learn about the activity carried out by the Civil Guard of the National Police Corps at the Adolfo Suarez-Madrid-Barajas airport, including the border control system.

The delegation includes the National Police commander, commissioner Ambrósio de Lemos, and other officers of the Interior Ministry.

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