Ambassadors from Equatorial Guinea and Central African Republic meet in Rabat

Within the framework of the exchange of diplomatic courtesy visits, the ambassadors from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Crisantos Obama Ondo, and the Central African Republic, Nimaga Ismaila, met on Friday 28th July in Rabat, to look at matters of interest to the two nations, and review the subregional and regional context. The meeting was an occasion to underline the excellent relations of friendship and cooperation between Malabo and Bangui.

With respect to the subregional and regional context, the two diplomats pointed out the importance of solidarity in Central Africa, in order to generate strength and confidence against its challenges, in addition to recognising the need to strengthen institutions, both subregional and regional, for the independence of the African continent, an essential condition with respect to stability and sustainable development, according to the two ambassadors.

The meeting also served to condemn and reject the legal plot put together in Paris (France) by two French ONGs, Transparency France and Sherpa, led by two men who are known for their shady business and conspiracies in underdeveloped countries, Daniel Lebegue and William Bourdon.

The Ambassador from the Central African Republic, after praising the determination of Equatorial Guinea to defend its sovereignty, expressed to his Equatoguinean counterpart his support for the Vice-President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, who he described as a great hero for Africa.

Nimaga Ismaila concluded by highlighting the difficulties in his country to establish peace and national reconciliation, and expressed his recognition for the support that H .E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has historically given to the Central African Republic.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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