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British Honorary Consul and British Embassy

The British Ambassador to Cape Verde is based at the British Embassy in Dakar, Senegal. There are no British Consulates in Cape Verde. In July 2012, Albertino Mosso was appointed as the British Honorary Consul with particular responsibility for British Nationals on the islands of Sal and Boavista. However, this role has now expanded to cover all islands.

British Ambassadors visit to Sal and Boavista July 2012 - Follow Up

Cheryl Thomas - Friday, July 20, 2012
I was very pleased to meet so many members of the British community in Sal and Boavista during my visit earlier this month. I’m delighted that following my previous visit to Sal in December we have been able to act on our intention to appoint an additional Honorary Consul for Sal and Boavista and am very pleased that we have managed to appoint someone as good as Tino Mosso.   More

About Tino Mosso - 10th July 2012

Cheryl Thomas - Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Full name: Albertino Mosso
Born: Dakar, Senegal.

Family background

My parents are both Cape Verdean, my father from Santo Antao and my mother from Sao Vicente. My mother and father moved to Dakar, Senegal in 1958/60 and lived and worked there until 1968. My father was a Barber but later went to work as a Sailor for a German company.

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