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The president of the Council of Ministers

The VIII Constitutional Government.

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Press release

The meeting of the Council of Ministers of September 25, 2019

The Council of Ministers met at the Palace of Government in Dili, and assisted in the presentation by the Minister of the Interior, in the exercise, Filomeno da Paixão de Jesus, and on the priorities for the construction of infrastructure, the Ministry of the Interior. Based on the vision, mission, and strategic plan for the modernization of the National Police of Timor-Leste, timor-leste (PNTL), and with the objective of enhancing community policing and ensuring the safety and security of the population in the project, with the support of the co-operation of new zealand has a build-up to the year 2030 for a total of 452 buildings of the Community Police of the Juice and, in the 12 municipalities and the Special Administrative Region of the Is-Cusse Ambeno (RAEOA).

The Secretary of State for the Environment, and Demetrius, the City of the Oak, and presented it to the Council of Ministers of the Second National Communication of Timor-Leste, in the framework of the United Nations framework Convention on Climate change (the UNFCCC, the acronym in English). In a follow-up to the ratification of the UNFCCC in October 2006 and the Kyoto Protocol in October 2008 and as a member of the UNFCCC, Timor-Leste has the obligation to submit every four years a National Communication to the United Nations framework Convention on Climate change report, which reports on the progress of national commitments to mitigate the effects of climate change.

The Council of Ministers passed a vote of regret at the death of Father João de deus Pires, who passed away on the 22nd of September, at the National Hospital Guido Valadares in Dili. Their role is remembered in the History of Timor-Leste, at the time of the indonesian occupation, and will never be forgotten, and the spirit of unselfish service to this mission, and a great fighter for the freedom of the east timorese people, who have committed to serve as a Priest and as a humanist. In this time of so much grief for men and for the people of east timor, the Government of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste presents its most sincere condolences to the family of the esteemed Priest, John of God, the Catholic Church and the salesian family in East Timor.

The ministry of Defence, Filomeno da Paixão de Jesus, presented a proposal for a Resolution, which was approved by the Council of Ministers relating to the integration of the F-FDTL military personnel of the Armed Forces of Portugal, to send back to the Central African Republic, in the framework of the Mission Multidimensional Integrated United Nations Stabilization of the Central African Republic (MINUSCA, the acronym in English).

The Council of Ministers also analysed the Resolution of the Government submitted by the ministry of Oil and Minerals-in-charge, Agio Pereira, the National Authority of Oil and Minerals in Timor-Leste (ANPM), relating to authorization for opening of the tender for procurement of petroleum, with a view to carrying out the activities of exploration and production of oil, in accordance with the Law on Petroleum Activities, and the Regulation of Public Procurement contracts in Oil. The proposal will be discussed at the next meeting of the Council of Ministers.

The Council of Ministers has approved the draft Resolution of the Government, which confers on the Minister Coordinator for Economic Affairs in the year, Fidelis Manuel Leite Magalhães, in the terms of reference for the negotiation of the accession of East Timor to the World Trade Organization. The Council of Ministers has ruled that the prime Minister will be accompanied by a delegation of representatives of the Ministries of the Reform of the Legislative and Parliamentary Affairs, of Finance, of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Health, Tourism, Industry and Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Oil and Minerals.

The Council of Ministers also gave full powers to the Minister of Education, Youth and Sport, the Dulce de Jesus Soares, the signing of an agreement on co-operation with the united Nations, unesco: United nations Educational, scientific and cultural organization (UNESCO, for the acronym in English), a project for the strengthening of science and mathematics in primary education in Timor-Leste, which is funded by the Government of Japan.

The Minister of Public Works, el Salvador Soares dos Reis Pires National Commission for the Procurement of Timor-Leste, have submitted a proposal for a Resolution, which was approved by the Council of Ministers, for the supply of the fuel to take the Company to the Electricity of Timor Leste service (EDTL) for the years 2019 and 2020. In ORDER to

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