In the presence of the President of the Republic, H. E. Danilo Medina, the Chancellor, Miguel Vargas, all invited civil and military authorities, and those responsible for human rights, on 24th July, at the Palace of Conventions at Hotel Catalonia, the work of the Committee for World Peace, Human and Municipal Rights, which had been held in the Dominican Republic capital, came to a close. The act was attended by an Equatoguinean delegation led by the Third Vice Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy.
During the ceremony, the will of the participants to contribute to an exchange in matters relating to Human Rights was reaffirmed, together with strengthening the mechanisms which consolidate world peace, especially in conflictive areas in Africa, Syria, the Middle East, Haiti, and in areas suffering famine and natural disasters.
In the particular context of Equatorial Guinea, the Minister for Foreign Affairs from the Dominican Republic, Chancellor Miguel Vargas, expressed to the Coordinator of the Congress, Berta Isabel Jimenez, Ambassador for Peace and Human Rights, the interest of his Government to renew, strengthen and apply the Cooperation Convention signed in 1999 between Santiago Nsobeya Efuman Nchama for Equatorial Guinea and Chancellor Eduardo Latorre for the Dominican Republic.
The delegation led by the Third Vice Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, spoke in representation of the region of Africa, and reported to the local and international community on the trial taking place in the French courts against the Vice-President of the Republic.
Furthermore, he underlined the conviction of the Government and people of Equatorial Guinea that the judicial process instigated by Transparency France, the French courts and their external and internal allies, in addition to being unfair and illegal, is and forms part of the strategy of harassment and subversion, with the aim of attacking the sovereignty, stability, institutions and leaders of Equatorial Guinea, for the undisclosed interests of neo-colonialism.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea