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Council of Ministers held eighth session guided by PR

The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, guided, this Thursday, the eighth Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers, which took place at the Presidential Palace.


According to a note from the Presidency of the Republic, to which VerAngola had access, the session resulted in the approval of the National Development Plan 2023-2027, "an instrument that, ultimately, advocates the consolidation of peace and the Democratic Rule of Law and promotes the balanced and harmonious development of the territory".

The document now approved, adds the note, "defends the modernization of the country's infrastructure and ensures sustainable, inclusive economic diversification led by the private sector", and also intends, "as a management tool", to ensure food security from Angola.

The meeting also served to address several other points, highlighting the creation of the award for micro, small and medium-sized companies.

According to the statement, among the points covered in the session also stands out the "approval of the Regulation on Social Protection in the Armed Forces, in old age, in case of disability, death and funeral allowance", the "approval of five new private institutions of Higher Education in Huambo, Cunene, Huíla, Cuanza Sul and Luanda", the approval of the Inclusion and Support Plan for People with Disabilities, as well as the "green light for the regulation of the Specialized Nursing Training process".

The General State Account for the 2022 fiscal year was also analyzed, to later be sent to the National Assembly, completes the statement.


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