On 21 August, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs for Equatorial Guinea and Indonesia, Simeon Oyono Esono and Menteri Luar Negeri, signed a visa exemption agreement for diplomatic and service passports.
The signing took place in the context of the Indonesia-Africa Infrastructure Forum held over 19 to 21 August for important African dignitaries in the city of Bali. The presence of the Vice-president of the Republic, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue stood out among them, and attended this international forum as a guest of honour.
Besides expressing his gratitude to the attendees for their attendance, the host President, S.E. Joko Widodo, emphasisedthe importance of developing the sector of infrastructures during his opening speech.
With the signature of these agreements, Malabo and Jakarta have turned the commitment of both nations and governments into a reality, and extended their bilateral relations to new sectors in order to achieve a mutually beneficial communal exchange, committing themselves to give a new boost to their bilateral relations and work in favour of a more dynamic diplomacy that answers expectations.
Equatorial Guinea and Indonesia are countries with an interest in cooperating in various sectors, as both share similarities with regard to their development.
Source Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office