Angola: Vice President to Preside Over Traffic Planning Council

Luanda — The Vice-President of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, will preside over next Friday (17), in Luanda, the session of the National Council of Traffic Planning.

According to a note from the Institutional Communication office, arrived to Angop on Thursday, the National Council of Traffic Management integrates several ministerial departments.

At its recent meetings, the Commission has focused on road accidents in the country and on the adequacy and harmonization of road signs to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Road Manual.

Created in 2013, the National Traffic Planning Council is an advisory body to the Angolan Executive that can suggest measures to improve traffic regulations reduce road accidents and issue opinions on the road network.

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