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Mozambique Participates in 16th Special Meeting of the Council of Ministers of CPLP

Mozambique Participates in 16th Special Meeting of the Council of Ministers of CPLP

The Mozambican deputy minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Manuel Gonçalves, is due to take part today, 27 March, in Luanda, Angola, in the 16th extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CPLP).

According to a statement from the Ministry, the meeting will consider the change to the statutes of the organisation, particularly the inclusion of economic cooperation in the general aims of the community.

According to the statement, at the same meeting, the foreign ministers will discuss, “the role of the seas and oceans in the international projection of the CPLP,” as well as getting to know about preparations for the 14th conference of heads of state and government of the organisation, to take place next July.

The CPLP is an international organization formed by Portuguese-speaking countries, whose objective is the deepening of mutual friendship and cooperation between its members.

Created on 17 July 1996 by Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal and Sao Tome and Principe, the organisation welcomed East Timor as an integral country in 2002 and in 2014 Equatorial Guinea became the ninth member.

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