Ambassador in Morocco meets Deputy Minister for Administrative Reform

On 19th June a meeting took place between the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, Crisantos Obama Ondo, and the Deputy Minister before the Prime Minister, Head of the Government, Charged with Administrative and Public Employment Reform, Mohamed Benabdelkader.

The meeting between the two figures served to review the relations of cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and that of the Kingdom of Morocco, in matters of the administration and public employment.

After declaring his satisfaction with the relations of friendship and cooperation which exist between the two countries, a result of the willingness and interest of H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and H. M. Mohammed VI, King of Morocco,

Obama Ondo took advantage of the moment to report to the ministry on the Government of Equatorial Guinea programme in matters of public administration; the meritocratic requirements and the current process of computerisation of public administration, in order to make it more efficient and have the capacity to provide an effective response to the demands of the population.

The ambassador also expressed to Mohamed Benabdelkader the meed to strengthen the terms of the agreements signed between the two Governments in 2006.

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

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