The tenth Ministerial Meeting of the Cabinet Council of the Portuguese Speaking Community (CPLP) was opened Tuesday in Angolan capital as the organization works hard to get funds for its main projects.
Angolan Foreign Affairs Minister Joao Miranda, welcomed the guests and he was followed by his counterpart of Sao Tome and Principe, Ovideo Pequeno, in his capacity as the chairman of the Ministerial Meeting.
Interested in changing the "state of poverty" of the organization, the ministers may propose alteration of the regiment of CPLP Special Fund, among other measures towards its continuity.
Participants will also pass a bill on budget for the functioning of its Executive Secretariat, as well as analyzing the joint auditing report on institution financial demonstrations. The situation in the West African nation of Guinea Bissau is also on the agenda.