High Level Meeting Aims To Boost Security On Angolan Rail System

High-ranking Angolan police and government officials travelled to the port city of Lobito this week to begin consultations on improving security on the country’s rail network.

Chief Commissioner António Pedro Kandela, 2nd Commander-General of the National Police of Angola, opened the meeting with officials tasked with running the systems based in Benguela, Luanda and Moçâmedes, Angolan media reported.

The aim of the two-day meeting is to develop ways of improving security on the railways and ensure greater safety for users.

Also present at the two-day meeting, were Manuel António Kandakanda, administrator for the Infrastructure Area of the National Agency for Land Transport, as well as provincial delegates and police commanders from Luanda, Benguela, Namibe, Huambo, Bié, Moxico, Huíla, Cuando Cubango, Cuanza-Norte and Malanje.

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