The Third Vice Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, accompanied by the Director General for Human Rights, Manuel Mba Nchama, have taken part in various activities scheduled as part of their huge working agenda in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Among the activities for Alfonso Nsue Mokuy in Brazil were his attendance at the “Meeting on Human Rights, a Comparative Focus”, and his participation in the “International Seminar on Human Rights and International Relations after Isis”. Both activities were called by civil and academic organisations from Brazil, Portugal, Colombia, Peru and Mexico, and sponsored by the Africa Latin Global Foundation.
The Vice Prime Minister highlighted the spirit of collaboration of his Government in the fight against terrorism, and progress by Equatorial Guinea on human rights issues in Africa.
He also declared that the candidacy for the United Nations Security Council, supported by his Government, is a sign of the humanist, modern, African perspective of international relations.
Nsue Mokuy also declared that “Equatorial Guinea was also looking to its brothers in Latin America, with whom we share a language, history, a sense of urgency with respect to development, and a future of cooperation”.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea