The Equatorial Guinea Embassy in the Republic of Congo Brazzaville, at the end of the afternoon of Tuesday 15th May, closed the book of condolences opened at this diplomatic mission in memory of the former Minister of State, Charged with Presidential Security, Antonio Mba Nguema Mikue.
For three days, various accredited diplomatic missions and some bodies from the United Nations close to the Congolese Government expressed solidarity with the people and Government of Equatorial Guinea as a result of the sudden death of Antonio Mba Nguema Mikue, Minister of State, Charged with Presidential Security.
The diplomatic missions from Rwanda, Namibia, Russia, Chad, Angola, Gabon and Central African Republic, in addition to the FAO, among others, signed the book of condolences opened to that end.
Another of the authorities who have shown solidarity with the Equatoguinean people in representation of their Governments, was the Congolese Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jean Claude Gakosso, who was received by the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Congo Brazzaville, Samuel Ateba Owono Iyanga.
The friendship that unites the two countries is the fruit of the good policies of the respective Governments, so that in moments of pain and anguish the sympathy of friendships should also be noted”, said the Congolese Foreign Minister, who also signed the book of condolences.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office