Luanda — Angola’s Cabinet Council authorized Wednesday the Management Measures for Marine Fisheries, Continental Fisheries, Aquaculture and Salt for 2023, states the general communiqué emerged from the Meeting.
The prison tool is supposed to regulate the capability of the catches to the to be had attainable of aquatic organic assets, aquaculture and salt.
One of the objectives is to make sure the standard, range and availability of assets, in addition to their conservation, states the file.
The consultation, which was once chaired through the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, additionally authorized the Legal Regime of Private and Public-Private Institutions of Pre-School Education and Primary and Secondary Education.
Regulation for using license
The assembly additionally authorized a law that stipulated norms and using license within the services and products of eating places and an identical amenities.
In addition to eating places, the file applies to catering corporations, snack bars, bars, pastry stores, pizzerias, cafes, tea homes, dancing halls and ice cream makers.
The Bill allows the Executive to put in force one of the vital measures of the Simplifica 2.0 Project, aimed to scale back forms in granting licenses for this type of operation.
In the sphere of international coverage, the Council authorized more than a few cooperation tools:
They come with General Agreement on Economic, Technical, Social and
Scientific Cooperation between Angola and Senegal;
Agreement at the Creation of a Bilateral Commission between Angola and Senegal;
Cooperation Agreement between Angola and Senegal, within the box of Trade;
Cooperation Agreement between Angola and Senegal, within the box of
Visa Exemption Agreement in diplomatic, respectable and repair passports between Angola and Senegal;
Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation between Angola and Senegal, within the box of Hydrocarbons and Marketing of Petroleum Products;
Memorandum of Understanding at the Establishment of Political Consultations between Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Angola and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Senegal.