Equatorial Guinea reports to Security Council on visit to Bissau and Abiyan

The report submission by the commission that travelled from 13th to 17th February to Guinea Bissau and Ivory Coast took place during a meeting held on the morning of 26th February, in the chamber of the UN Security Council in New York.

With the second session opened by the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Ambassador Permanent Representative before the United Nations, Anatolio Ndong Mba, the Ivory Coast Ambassador before the United nations took the floor to present the report on how the committee was received, first by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Marcel Amon-Tanoh, and then by the Vice-President of the country, to speak about the various mechanisms that could be adopted in order to re-establish peace in various countries on the African continent,, taking into account that Ivory Coast is an example of the peaceful resolution of conflicts in Africa.

The Equatorial Guinea Representative before the UN, who was accompanied by the experts who travelled with him, reported on the success shown by the welcome given to the delegation in Bissau, where the delegation led by Equatorial Guinea spoke to all the main political players in the country.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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