Angola takes over Zamcom Council of Ministers

  • Ministro da Energia e Águas, João Baptista Borges
Luanda - Angola assumed, this Thursday, for the second time, the chairmanship of the Council of Ministers of the Permanent Zambezi River Water Course Commission (ZAMCOM).

The election of Angola took place during the eighth Meeting of the Council of Ministers of ZAMCOM, which was held by videoconference, with the participation of the Minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges.

The ministers' meeting was preceded by that of the technical officials of the Commission, in which the National Institute of Water Resources (INRH) assumed the presidency of ZAMCOM's Technical Committee.

João Baptista Borges said that Angola assumed the chairmanship of the organisation at a time when it has already achieved some developments, among them the Zambezi Basin-wide Strategic Plan.

The minister appealed to the need for the Member States to make efforts so that the organisation's objectives are carried out, also alerting the members to the attention that should be given to PIDACC-Zambeze (Programme for Integrated Development and Climate Change in the Zambezi Hydrographic Basin).

 

The election of Angola took place during the eighth Meeting of the Council of Ministers of ZAMCOM, which was held by videoconference, with the participation of the Minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges.

The ministers' meeting was preceded by that of the technical officials of the Commission, in which the National Institute of Water Resources (INRH) assumed the presidency of ZAMCOM's Technical Committee.

João Baptista Borges said that Angola assumed the chairmanship of the organisation at a time when it has already achieved some developments, among them the Zambezi Basin-wide Strategic Plan.

The minister appealed to the need for the Member States to make efforts so that the organisation's objectives are carried out, also alerting the members to the attention that should be given to PIDACC-Zambeze (Programme for Integrated Development and Climate Change in the Zambezi Hydrographic Basin).