The accredited Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to France and Monaco, Miguel Oyono Ndong Mifumu, has received in audience the new Delegate from the Bank of Central African States (BEAC) in Paris, Idriss Ahmed Idriss, successor to the Equatoguinean Tomas Ona Obiang, who spoke mainly about economic issues in the subregion.
During the course of the meeting, in addition to congratulating the new delegate, Oyono Ndong also used the occasion to express concern regarding the climate in the monetary markets between the banks on the CEMAC zone and external financial institutions, making reference to the service of financial transfers that in recent days has ceased to be effective.
For his part, the Equatoguinean diplomat also suggested to Idriss Ahmed Idriss the possibility of sending a periodical report on the economic situation in the subregion to CEMAC member States via their respective embassies.
Furthermore, the two figures agreed on recognising the importance of the visit, describing it is useful for consolidating the relations which exist between the BEAC and Governments of CEMAC member countries.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office