Ambassador to Egypt bids farewell on concluding mission

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Egypt, Eustaquio Nseng Esono, has concluded his mission as ambassador. On 21st August, he met Maher El Adawy, first assistant from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Charged with West Africa, and Aly El Halawany, Deputy Assistant from the Ministry for Central African Affairs, at the diplomatic headquarters in Cairo.

The reason for the meeting was to say goodbye at the end of his diplomatic mission as Republic of Equatorial Guinea Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador to the Arab Republic of Egypt. Also at the meeting were Josue Nsue Mbasogo, Second Secretary from the embassy, and Ibrahim Mabrouk, Director of the African Sector from Arab Contractors.

Nseng Esono expressed his thanks to all departments from the Egyptian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, government institutions, the Egyptian Parliament and the Presidency of the Republic, for the constant cooperation and all the support provided throughout the six years of his mission in the country.

Furthermore, he pointed out the fruitful and excellent diplomatic relations of brotherhood and cooperation between the two countries, underlining the importance of strengthening them during the mission of his successor, for whom he respectfully requested all the support necessary in order to continue to strengthen the ties of friendship and brotherhood between the two countries.

For his part, the Ambassador El Adawy praised the work of Eustaquio Nseng Nsono, while congratulating him on his brilliant work throughout the six years, and promised to pass on to the Egyptian Government his message of thanks and support in order to continue to work in close cooperation with the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in all areas.

Nseng Esono reiterated the importance of continuing with the process of the free acquisition of land in the New Administrative Capital, in order to facilitate the construction of the new headquarters for the embassy in Egypt.

Finally, Eustaquio Nseng Esono presented a gift to Maher El Adawy as a mark of gratitude to the ministry.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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