On Friday 14th September, the Minister for Culture and Craft Promotion, Rufino Ndong Esono Nchama, received in his office in Malabo II the ambassadors from France and Germany, Fred Constant and Elmar Jakobs, with whom he spoke regarding aspects relating to the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Independence in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
The first to arrive was the representative of the French diplomatic mission in Equatorial Guinea, Fred Constant, with whom he reviewed the bilateral relations between the two republics and current points regarding the participation of guests at the ceremony to be held on 12th October.
Minutes later, the minister Ndong Esono received the Ambassador from the Federal Republic of Germany in Equatorial Guinea, Elmar Jakobs, with whom he also reviewed the relations between the two countries.
In addition, the German ambassador was accompanied by the First Secretary of the Embassy, Werner Grohe, and he reported to the head of department on the arrival in the next few days of a delegation of traditional artists who will take part in the events to mark the 50th Anniversary of Independence in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
Following the audiences, the minister Ndong Esono Nchama offered the ministerial department to assist with the arrival of all the guests from the cultural sector, and to accommodate them and allow them to take part in the events.
The audience was attended by Baltasar Nsue Ndong and Aurelio Martin Obiang Nchama, both the Secretary of State and the Director General for the Artistic Sector, Creative Industries and Author’s Rights, respectively.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office