Decree of designation for the Committee Charged with Studying the Affairs of the UN Security Council

The Presidency of the Government has issued decree 73/2017, of 6th October, designating the representatives of the National Committee Charged with Studying the Affairs of the United Nations Security Council We are attaching and publishing the full message.

“Decree number 73/2017, of 6th October, constituting the National Committee Charged with Studying the Affairs of the United Nations Security Council during the period of membership of the Country as Non-permanent Member of the same.

In order to permanently study the affairs of the United Nations Security Council during the 2018-2019 period of the Membership of Equatorial Guinea as Non-permanent member of the council, and in virtue of the provisions of Article 41, subparagraph h, of Basic State Law, I hereby constitute the National Committee Charged with Studying the Affairs of the United Nations Security Council.

ARTICLE I:

Charged with Studying the Affairs of the United Nations Security Council will be made up as follows:

1. President of the Committee:

Hon. Mr. Pastor Micha Ondo Bile, Adviser to the Presidency of the Republic, Charged with Foreign Policy and Treaties.

2. Vice-President of the Committee:

Hon. Mr. Domingo Mituy Edjang, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.

3. Members:

Hon. Mr. Teodoro Biyogo Nsue Okomo, Adviser to the Presidency of the Republic Charged with State Protocol.

Hon. Mr. Fernando Engonga Obama, Notary for the Insular Region.

Hon. Mr. Alejandro Mitogo Nnencogo, Brigadier General.

Hon. Mr. Martin Ndong Nsue, Technical Adviser and Member of the National Borders Commission.

Hon. Mr. Eduardo Minang Ensema, Brigadier General of the National Police.

Hon. Mr. Damian Ondo MaAe, Government Adviser in Economic Affairs.

Hon. Mr. Santiago Francisco Engonga Esono, Secretary of State at the Ministry for Forests and the Environment.

Hon. Ms. Antonina Miko Mikue, Adviser in Matters of Gender Equality.

Hon. Mr. Matias Nguema Mba Madja, General Secretary at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

ARTICLE II:

The committee will meet each time there are matters which require the decision of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, and will operate under the coordination of the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. The Presidency of the Republic will immediately be informed of its decisions.

ARTICLE III:

National Committee Charged with Studying the Affairs of the Security Council will be able to call to its meetings the experts and specialists for each matter, when necessary.

ARTICLE IV:

This Decree comes into force on the day it is published through the national news media.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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