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Office of the International Labor Organization for the PALOP opens next month in Luanda

An office of the International Labor Organization (ILO), aimed at serving Portuguese-speaking African Countries (PALOP), will open in July in Luanda. The inauguration of this sub-regional office will take place as part of a trip by the ILO director-general, Gilbert F. Houngbo, to Angola at the end of next month.

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Thus, this sub-regional office will allow the PALOP to deal with "matters linked to the labor sector, training of staff, insertion of staff into the United Nations system and generation of jobs", according to a Government statement, to which VerAngola had access.

Confirmation of the opening was made, this Tuesday, by Gilbert F. Houngbo, after a meeting with the Minister of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security, Teresa Rodrigues Dias, on the sidelines of the 112th Session of the International Labor Conference, taking place in Geneva, Switzerland, between the 3rd and 14th of June.

"On that occasion, Gilbert F. Houngbo confirmed his trip to Luanda, between the 29th and 30th of July, for the inauguration of the Sub-Regional Country Office in Luanda", the note reads.

Furthermore, the organization's general director also expressed "his interest in being received" by João Lourenço, to address issues linked to the organization's agenda, which include "actions developed in Angolan territory, the status of projects implemented within the framework of the organization's technical assistance".

In Luanda, the person responsible will also hold meetings with the organization's tripartite constituents, which include government, employers and workers, as "governed by the ILO constitution", the note also states.


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