Portugal will carry out this technical assistance action in the field of civil protection – Observer
The Minister of Internal Administration indicated this Friday that he will not carry out Portuguese civil protection for a technical assistance action in Timor-Leste that will attend to the relief process in East Timor.
In 2021, the procedures leading to the donation of computer equipment for civil protection in Timor-Leste were carried out, projecting the year of protection 2022, the carrying out of a technical assistance action, in the field of civil protection, an initiative with an initiative with the process of ongoing restructuring of Timor-Leste’s civil protection system”, said José Luís Carneiro.
The official closed the commemorative conference in Lisbon that marked the 20th anniversary of the restoration of independence of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste with the theme “MAI’s Commitment to the Independence Process”.
According to the Ministry of Internal Administration (MAI), an action of “advice and technical assistance in the field of civil protection” is being implemented. scheduled for November and December and will be a “technical diagnostic and surveying mission”.
This action will be carried out by the National Authority for Emergency and Civil Protection (ANEPC) and is intended for the Civil Protection service of Timor-Leste.
Fonte do I He told Lusa that this will be needed by two people from ANEPC, with a view to protecting an action plan for the needs of a country, with a view to protecting an ANEPC action plan, with a view to protecting of an action plan. education and training for the future.
In the speech, the minister mentioned that “the involvement of the MAI in all UN missions in Timor-Leste was proportionate to Portugal’s taxpayerpolitically and diplomatically, for the successful conclusion of the independence process
“It will not be surprising, therefore, that the contingent of elements of the national security forces and services in Timor-Leste has a large share of collaborators. Among 19, under the United Nations 2019, around 2700 elements of the GNR, PSP and SEF, under the highlighted.
N/A conference held by MAI, relations between Portugal and Timor-Leste over the last decades were embroideredparticularly in the field of internal security, with this relationship between the two countries being translated into a set of agreements and protocols.
Currently, five elements of the GNR are present in Timor-Leste, in the areas of advice to the Minister of the Interior, Ministry of the Interior (Secretary of State Civil Protection), Commander-General of the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL) and Commander of the Unit PNTL Police Special.