20 September 2018

Angola: Foreign Ministry Pledges Tight Fight Against Mismanagement

Luanda — The minister of Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, on Wednesday in Luanda, pledged to the staff of this institution that a tight fight will be undertaken against those, who mismanage the State assets of the Ministry.

The minister said so, while addressing the taking office ceremony of the new staff recently appointed to bolster the institution.

On the occasion, the head of the Angolan diplomacy deemed ruinous the management of the State assets in some embassies and consulates stressing also that measures have been adopted to curb this kind of acts.

According to the minister, the measures recently adopted, which led to dismissal of some head of missions, follows decries from the General State Inspection, Court of Auditors and groups of communities.

However, the official underscored that the ministry of Foreign Affairs will internally mobilize the general inspection to learn the truth about several facts turned public not only in the social media, but also by incumbent organs.


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