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António Maló de Abreu, Deputy, PSD Coordinator at the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Portuguese Communities
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Beirut, my love

In cases such as the accident in the port area in Beirut, European and international cooperation saves lives and also reinforces the call for global peace and in this particularly sensitive region.

The Lord Consul

Aristides de Sousa Mendes was a Diplomat and a just and good man who broke the rules, saving lives from a tragic end, in one of the worst scenarios in history.

A boat at the pier

In view of the increasing number of countries that bar us from entering, there are questions that must be asked repeatedly and that require transparent explanations.

Him, Cabinda de Simulambuco

Cabinda is today one of the 18 provinces and the only enclave in Angola. It draws a conflict that has lasted for more than 40 years and started with a separatist attempt still in colonial times.

Mozambique: beauty and monsters

The situation in the north of Mozambique cannot be ignored as its potential for continuous and rapid escalation is enormous, in addition to the effects of spreading in patches.

Portuguese Cooperation for Development

A more regular dialogue between Civil Society Organizations and public bodies is obviously necessary, and the vast majority of policy options in the sector of Development Cooperation are taken without their hearing.
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