Angola and Zambia Discuss Police Cooperation
Cooperation in training of personnel was the main focuses on Monday in Luanda at the meeting between police directors from Angola and Zambia.
The countries were represented at the meeting by the director of the Osvaldo Serra Van-Dúnem Higher Institute of Police and Judicial Sciences, commissioner Alberto Sebastião Mendes (Angola) and Zambian assistant commissioner, Charles Mbita.
The training follows existing cooperation between Angolan and Zambian polices, the reason why commissioner Charles Mbita is paying since Saturday a five-day visit leading to the signing of a memorandum of understanding.
At the end of the meeting, commissioner Alberto Sebastião Mendes stated that this cooperation is important for both parties.
"We are on a good path, thanks to the efforts implemented by the General Command and the Ministry of Interior, under the guidance of the Angolan president José Eduardo dos Santos," he said.
In his turn, the director of the Zambian Police Training Office, Charles Mbita, explained that the cooperation will benefit both countries and admitted the possibility of Zambian personnel to come to Angola soon to learn Portuguese language.