06 August 2014

Extraordinary Meeting of the Council of Ministers 29 July 2014

ETLJB 06/08/2014 Extraordinary Meeting of the Council of Ministers, July 29th, 2014 - The Government met extraordinarily on Tuesday, July 29th, 2014, in the Council of Ministers’ Meeting Room, at the Government Palace, in Dili, to perform a detailed analysis, with all the ministries, on the successes and weaknesses of the organisation of the Summit of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), which took place in Díli from July 17th to July 23rd, and the Timor-Leste’s Development Partners Meeting which took place immediately after, on July 25th and 26th. It was equally performed an analysis on the agreements signed between Timor-Leste and the other CPLP countries during the Summit.

The Council of Ministers realized that the event occurred in a positive way, however considering necessary a wider anticipation on the organization of events of this nature.

On this meeting, the Council of Ministers approved:

1. Government Resolution greeting the Timorese population in general and youngsters in particular, by how they facilitated the CPLP’s Dili Summit

The Government greets the People of Timor-Leste, particularly youngsters, by supporting in an exemplar way the launching of the CPLP’s Dili Summit. The Government calls, further, on the population to keep on the civic level, especially on what concerns to the issues of cleaning and preservation of the city of Dili.

2. Government’s Resolution approving the launching of agreements with the community inhabiting the area of the Logistic Base of Suai and the Suai airport

Building this essential infrastructure for the development of the country requires that the population makes land available. Therefore, in order to unblock the development of the works for the launching of the Logistic Base of Suai and the reconversion and refurbishment of its airport, agreements will be settled with the local population and the representatives of local communities. Source: http://timor-leste.gov.tl/?p=10461&lang=en

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