24 May 2014

Angola Woos Portugal Over Road Safety Issue

Lisbon — Angolan minister of Interior, Ângelo de Barros Veiga Friday in Lisbon, Portugal, said that the European country may cooperate in national road safety, in order to ensure decline in the high rate of road accidents in Angola".

The minister said so at the end of meeting with the Portuguese Minister of Home

Affairs, Miguel Macedo.

The Angolan official, who highlighted the importance of road safety in Portugal, said that the European country has significantly reduced the high number of accidents on the roads ."

Ângelo de Barros Veiga also said that the two countries are expected to discuss the matter during the visit the Portuguese minister will pay to Angola on

June, during which the parties may sign several agreements.

Apart from Ângelo de Barros Veiga, the Angolan delegation was integrated by ambassador of Angola to Portugal, José Marcos Barrica, Police commander

, commissioner Ambrósio de Lemos, and the national director of criminal investigation, Commissioner chief Eugénio Pedro Alexandre.


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