British Embassy Luanda collaborates with the Angolan Government to deliver training to immigration officials
June 1, 2018
UK’s Immigration Enforcement International (IEI) and Border Force officials were in Luanda to provide training and share experiences on immigration control
LUANDA, Angola, June 1, 2018,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- The training was provided by Home Office’s Immigration Enforcement International (IEI) and Border Force agencies.
The training was delivered to 25 officials from three Angolan Ministries: Ministry of Interior; Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Justice and Human Rights; to support them to work together and improve immigration coordination in Angola.
At the opening of the training Andrew Ford, Chargé d’Affairs of the British Embassy in Luanda, said:
“It is a priority for the British Government to combat crimes such as trafficking of persons, forced marriages and organized crime. That is why collaboration between our two countries is essential.”
Distributed by African Media Agency (AMA) on behalf of British Embassy Luanda.
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