Weeks after having taken part in the United Nations Congress on Human Rights, which took place in Geneva (Switzerland), the Third Vice Prime Minister , Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, was in Portugal to attend other activities related to human rights.
On Tuesday 28th March he attended a conference on Human Rights and New Technologies, organised by the University of Guimaraes, Oporto.
At this meeting, Nsue Mokuy said that new technologies had contributed positively to human rights, but also negatively, when they fall into the wrong hands, and along those lines he referred to some citizens who violate the privacy of others with their unnecessary publications.
The Third Vice Prime Minister signed an agreement with the Magnificent Rector of that university to promote the training of human resources.
On Thursday he will continue his activities, accompanied by the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Portugal and before the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP), Tito Mba Ada, together with the Director General for Human Rights, Manuel Mba Nchama.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guineac