The Third Vice Prime Minister Charged with Human Rights has held two separate audiences in Geneva with the Ministers for Justice and Foreign Affairs from Gabon and Venezuela.
The head of the Gabonese delegation Erlyne Antonella Ndembet recently appointed Minister for Justice Charged with Human Rights in her country was the first to meet the member of the Government who asked for the meeting to introduce herself and exchange knowledge on the issue of human rights with the veteran charged with this sector in Equatorial Guinea Alfonso Nsue Mokuy.
The Equatoguinean Minister for Justice Worship and Penitentiary Institutions current president of the Council of Ministers from the Organisation of for the harmonisation of Business Law in Africa Salvador Ondo Nkumu used the meeting to issue a verbal invitation to his Gabonese counterpart Arlyne Antonella Ndembet to attend the first OHADA Council of Ministers which will take place in June in Malabo.
Following that Nsue Mokuy received in audience the Minister for Foreign Affairs from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Jorge Arreaza Montserrat at a meeting which served for the two figures to review the projects outlined by the Malabo and Caracas governments in various sectors; projects which could begin in the near future explained the Venezuelan Foreign Minister.
After the meeting the Equatorial Guinea delegation returned to the country after taking part in the opening ceremony and Top Level Segments of the 43rd Period of Session of the Human Rights Council which is taking place at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva from 24th February to 20th March.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office