Cabo Verde wants to “deepen” judicial cooperation with Portugal – Minister of Foreign Affairs


Praia, Jan 31 (Inforpress) – Cabo Verde and Portugal signed a cooperation agreement in the justice sector on Tuesday and, according to Foreign Minister Luís Filipe Tavares, the archipelago wants to “further deepen” judicial cooperation with this European country.

The agreement signed includes the training for staff from the various justice departments, a sector, according to Luís Filipe Tavares, in which, for his role, the country makes a “big bet”.

“Relations between Cabo Verde and Portugal are on the right track and are strengthening,” said the Cabo Verdean chief of diplomacy during a press conference attended by Portuguese Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva, which is on an official visit to the archipelago.

Augusto Santos Silva assured journalists that his country continues to support the development of the special partnership between Cabo Verde and the European Union, which, in his words, is a partnership of “reciprocal gains”.

“The European Union always wins when it has this possibility to develop and deepen relations with a democratic and democratic state of the beautiful and great African continent, as is Cabo Verde,” said the head of Portuguese diplomacy.