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Portugal discusses with Angola the re-application of António Vitorino as director general of the IOM

The Minister of Foreign Affairs discussed this Monday with the Portuguese ambassador in Angola the re-candidacy of the Portuguese António Vitorino, to the position of general director of the International Organization for Migration (IOM).


According to a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the head of Angolan diplomacy, Téte António, received the Portuguese ambassador, Francisco Alegre, having also discussed the program for exchanging visits between entities of the two countries, as well as the timetable of activities in the organizations in which the two States are inserted.

The Portuguese diplomat took the opportunity to explain to the official details about the operation of the VSF Agency, which intends to introduce new security mechanisms to inhibit bad faith individuals in the use of these services.

"The VSF Agency is creating a new Visa Issuance Center to ease the current situation around the Portuguese embassy, and, with the introduction of new security measures, combat practices that in no way contribute to the smooth running of the VSF", reads the note.

Angola and Portugal have a long history of diplomatic relations, dating back to Angola's colonial era.

Since Angola's independence in 1975, the two countries have maintained close relations, including the signing of bilateral agreements in areas such as trade, investment, education, among others.


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