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Tue, 03 Dec 2019 12:16 - Updated Tue, 03 Dec 2019 12:15

INADEC, ASAE sign cooperation agreement

Luanda - National Institute for Defence of Consumer (INADEC) and the Economic and Food Safety Authority (ASAE) signed Monday in Luanda a cooperation protocol providing for the training of Angolan technicians.

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INADEC and ASAE sign agreement

Photo: Osvaldo Pedro

Signed the deal INADEC director general, Diógenes de Oliveira, and the General Inspector of ASAE, Pedro Portugal Gaspar.

Sixty-eight technicians will attend course in several subjects, including Food Hygiene and Safety, Surveillance and Sample Collection for Laboratory Analysis.

The beneficiaries will convey the knowledge to the other INADEC technicians across the country.

The Economic and Food Safety Authority (ASAE) is a body attached to the Portuguese Criminal Police.

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