The Tunisian Republic and Equatorial Guinea have just signed five bilateral agreements. The act took place on Monday 29th April, between the ministers for Foreign Affairs from the Tunisian Republic, KhemaA�es Jhinaoui, and Equatorial Guinea, Simeon Oyono Esono.
Equatorial Guinea and the Tunisian Republic held their second mixed commission on 29th and 30th April this year in Tunis. During the commission they signed two cooperation agreements and three executive cooperation programmes. The conventions in matters of cooperation cover the craft, higher education and scientific research, culture and agriculture sectors.
Through the signing of these agreements, Malabo and Tunis have acted on the commitment from the two peoples and governments to extend their bilateral relations into new sectors, in order to continue with a common exchange for reciprocal benefit; committing to work towards a more dynamic diplomacy in south-south exchanges, in response to current expectations.
The two Foreign Affairs ministers, in the presence of representatives from the government structures in their countries, oversaw the work of the second session of the Guinea-Tunisian Mixed Commission, which focussed on analysing bilateral cooperation; in addition to updating the legal framework that in the future will govern diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The minister Simeon Oyono was received in audience by H. E. Mohamed Beji CaA�d Essebsi, President of the Tunisian Republic, and also held various audiences with ministers from the government apparatus in the country.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office