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Reinforcement of surveillance at borders advances and installation of a video surveillance system is already taking place in Cunene

Reinforcing surveillance at the country's border posts, through a supervision system using video surveillance, sensors and radars, has already gone from paper to action. According to Arnaldo Manuel Carlos, general commander of the National Police, the General Command of that security force has started a process of implementing technological equipment for border supervision and control, the system of which is already being set up in Cunene.

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Therefore, he added, the first electronic observation posts linked to image transmission are being installed in the Cunene border area, with this installation expected to be completed in the next few days.

"In the next few days, the assembly will be completed at the Cunene border," said the person responsible, in statements at the end of a visit to Benguela, cited by Angop.

After Cunene, it will be the provinces of Cabinda and Zaire to host this technological system. According to Arnaldo Manuel Carlos, the equipment has already been sent to the aforementioned provinces.

Quoted by Angop, the commander-general said that the aforementioned system will provide greater efficiency to the authorities with regard to the inspection of national borders, adding that this system will be linked with the Border Guard Police Command and the General Police Command National, making it possible to see in real time what is happening at the borders.

He also pointed out border security as one of the issues that concerns the General Command of the National Police, adding that the equipment is being installed by national technicians linked to this security force.

Arnaldo Manuel Carlos worked two days in Benguela, where he presided over the opening ceremony of the police training year, among other activities. After arriving in the province, last Friday, the commander-general was received by the governor of Benguela, Luís Nunes.

Remember that in February this year, the Minister of Finance, Vera Daves, had announced that the country would implement a video surveillance system at its borders. "We believe that the foundations have been laid and the conditions have been created for this year to be marked by the promotion of a set of initiatives within the scope of the restructuring and modernization of national borders", said the government official at the time.


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