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Mon, 01 Jan 2018 12:09 - Updated Mon, 01 Jan 2018 12:09

Governor urges military to maintain inviolability of borders

Cabinda - The governor of the northern Cabinda Province, Eugénio Laborinho, last Saturday called on the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) and National Police forces to remain steadfast in order to maintain the inviolability of the country’s borders.

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Eugénio Laborinho, governor of Cabinda Province

The official said so during the visits he made to the commanders of the Cabinda Military Region and the National Police, as part of his field activity.

The official, who was speaking to the troops in parade at Cabinda Military Region Headquarters and the National Police Command, Eugénio Laborinho called for a redoubling of the efforts at the borders so as not to allow possible violations by neighbouring countries (illegal immigrants and others) that penetrate our territory in order to create instability and disorder. "

On his turn, the deputy commander of the Cabinda Military Region for Patriotic Education, brigadier António Manuel Aprel expressed his vote of confidence with the certainty that they will always be ready to do their best, fulfilling with zeal and dedication the superior orders issued.

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