Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Burundi in meeting

Samuel Ateba Owono Iyanga held a coordination meeting on 28th march with the director general of Bilateral Relations from the Burundian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

The meeting began with congratulations from the Equatoguinean diplomat to the people of Burundi on their qualification for the African Cup of nations Egypt 2019.

Samuel Ateba Owono Iyanga declared his intention to regenerate bilateral relations uniting the two countries.

The meeting also allowed the Ambassador to get to know some of the agreed projects signed by the Government of Malabo with Bujumbura, with which Equatorial Guinea has signed a cooperation agreement, and various joint communiques following visits that the two presidents have made.

The head of the diplomatic mission in Burundi plans to soon organise a mixed commission between the two countries in order to implement these agreed projects.

The Burundian Government intends to sign three more agreement projects, paying special attention to the agreement on air transport, as this allow the national company Ceiba Intercontinental to establish commercial flights, as Burundi does not have airlines.

In reply, the director general of Bilateral Relations, Pascal Ruhomuyumworo, declared that his department would present a report to the minister with the aim of streamlining the process.

To conclude the meeting, the director general wished the new ambassador success during his time in this mission for the benefit of citizens from both countries.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Burundi in meeting

Samuel Ateba Owono Iyanga held a coordination meeting on 28th march with the director general of Bilateral Relations from the Burundian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

The meeting began with congratulations from the Equatoguinean diplomat to the people of Burundi on their qualification for the African Cup of nations Egypt 2019.

Samuel Ateba Owono Iyanga declared his intention to regenerate bilateral relations uniting the two countries.

The meeting also allowed the Ambassador to get to know some of the agreed projects signed by the Government of Malabo with Bujumbura, with which Equatorial Guinea has signed a cooperation agreement, and various joint communiques following visits that the two presidents have made.

The head of the diplomatic mission in Burundi plans to soon organise a mixed commission between the two countries in order to implement these agreed projects.

The Burundian Government intends to sign three more agreement projects, paying special attention to the agreement on air transport, as this allow the national company Ceiba Intercontinental to establish commercial flights, as Burundi does not have airlines.

In reply, the director general of Bilateral Relations, Pascal Ruhomuyumworo, declared that his department would present a report to the minister with the aim of streamlining the process.

To conclude the meeting, the director general wished the new ambassador success during his time in this mission for the benefit of citizens from both countries.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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