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www.mozpesca.org / Minister Of Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries, Agostinho Mondlane, with his newly appointed team.
The Ministry of the Sea, Inland Waterways and Fisheries announced the appointment of 21 new directors.
Minister Agostinho Mondlane appointed Ranito Chilaule for sectoral Inspector General; Felismina Armando C. Antia to national director of Maritime and Fisheries Policies; Leonid Santana Chimarizene for National Operations Director; Eugénio de Amarante to National Director of Studies, Planning and Infrastructure; Salomão Silinda to national director of the Legal Department; and Laurentina Cossa to sectoral Inspector General Deputy.
The minister also appointed Celso Lopes to National Deputy Director of Maritime and Fisheries Policies; Carla Manjate to National Deputy Director of Studies, Planning and Infrastructure; Angélica Dengo advisor to the minister; Lídia Abiba advisor to the minister; Olga Namalué as head of the Department of Administration and Finance; and Cláudia Tomás to Director General of the National Board of Fisheries.
Lúcia Sumbana becomes the national director of the National Institute for Fish Inspection; Fernando Momade national director of the Aquaculture Development Institute; Jorge Mafuca national director of the National Fisheries Research Institute; António Remédio Augusto director of the Fisheries School; and Carlos Riquixo national deputy director of the National Fish Inspection Institute.
Albino Magona takes over as director of Maputo fishing port; Estela Maússe as Deputy Director General of the National Fisheries Administration; Isabel Chaúca, national deputy director of the National Fisheries Research Institute; and Verónica Namachulua as national deputy director of the Institute for Development of Aquaculture.Source: Jornal Notícias
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