Sun, 09 Sep 2018 11:49 - Updated Sun, 09 Sep 2018 11:48
Angola and Namibia to discuss defense and security issues
Luanda - Defense and security issues will dominate the 20th meeting of the Angolan-Namibian Joint Commission from 10 to 13 September in the Angolan city of Lubango, province of Huíla.
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Huíla: Serra da Chela Hotel, venue of the event
Photo: Morais Silva
The event aims to analyze the deliberations and recommendations of the 19th meeting of the commission held in October 2015 in the city of Swakopmund, Republic of Namibia, as well as to envisage future actions of bilateral interest in these areas.
According to a press note from the Ministry of National Defense, the ministerial meeting will take place on the 12th of this month and the Angolan delegation will be guided by the Minister of Interior, Ângelo da Veiga Tavares.
The work of the Angola-Namibia Joint Defense and Security Commission begins with the experts meeting on Monday (10).
Angola and Namibia have been cooperating for more than 20 years in a wide range of areas, with emphasis on energy and water, agriculture, transport, education, defense and security, health, among others.
- 13/09/2018 09:16:43
Lubango - The promotion of peace and security in Africa are priorities for Angola, whose authorities have been developing political and diplomatic efforts in the creation of solid premises for sustainable development, said last Wednesday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, the National Defence minister, Salviano de Jesus Sequeira.
- 12/09/2018 18:00:44
Lubango - The situation on the border between Angola and Namibia, in the area of defense, is calm and stable, according to the chief of the General Staff of the Angolan Armed Forces (CEMG / FAA), Egídio de Sousa Santos "Disciplina".
- 12/09/2018 16:58:11
Lubango - Namibian ambassador to Angola Cláudia Uusshona has expressed her country's intention to see the two states border operating around the clock, in order to ensure better service for both cross-border peoples.