Africa-Press – Angola. The president of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) will visit Angola, from 11 to 14 May, to hold separate meetings with the country’s authorities and visit the province of Cunene.
According to the established programme, released by Angola’s permanent mission to the UN, Abdulla Shahid should hold separate meetings with Téte António, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and with the resident coordinator in the country of that international organisation, Zahira Virani.
According to the agenda, a visit to the Venâncio de Moura Diplomatic Academy is also planned, a trip to Cunene province, where you will see the operation of the Cafu Canal – the river water transfer system Cunene, recently inaugurated by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço.
Abdulla Shahid heads a delegation consisting of Saada Hassan (Deputy Head of the Office of the President of the General Assembly), Isabel Sima (Advisor), Steven Phillip (Communications Adviser), Ahid Ahmed (Executive Secretary) and Andrey Yudin (Security Office) ).
The president of the UN General Assembly is the entity that oversees the implementation of the Rules of Procedure of the body of the 193 member states. He is elected by a simple majority three months before formally taking office.