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The government of Mozambique has announced that it will sign an agreement to combat the trafficking of drugs and other illicit products with the United Nations today.
The agreement is part of a capacity-building programme for international airports in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean developed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
In practice, the programme will mean more trained teams and equipment aimed at the detention of suspects and the seizure of illicit products, both at the point of origin and in transit, within the framework of measures taken to eliminate criminal networks.
The agreement will be signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Mozambique, José Pacheco, and UNODC regional representative Zhuldyz Akishera.Source: Lusa