The Republic of Equatorial Guinea Embassy, led by the Head of the Mission, Gertrudis Nsang Ndong Msuga, has taken part in the IV Forum of the Partnership of Tunisia-African Diplomatic Missions accredited in Tunisia, which analyses the state of bilateral cooperation between Tunisia and the various African countries, and seeks and agrees on mechanisms aimed at strengthening bilateral relations and exploring opportunities offered by the partnership.
During the course of the meeting, the Tunisian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Khemais Jhinaoui, called on the heads of missions to be spokespersons before their respective Governments of the sincere thanks and deep gratitude of the Tunisian Government for the fourth election of the Republic of Tunisia as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the 2020-2021 period; a fact that was made possible in part thanks to the support of the AU and the support in general from African countries and, in particular, from Equatorial Guinea.
Gertrudis Nsang, in her speech, expressed in the name of the Government and the Equatoguinean people their solidarity with the Government and people of Tunisia, and the total rejection of the terrorist attacks suffered in the country on the morning of June 27th, resulting in one death and 8 people seriously injured. She then declared her wish for a speedy recovery for H. E. Mohamed Beji CaA�d Essebsi, President of the Tunisian Republic, who is in a military hospital in the capital city.
She also passed on to the Tunisian minister the gratitude of the Equatoguinean Government for the warm reception and all the attention shown to the Equatoguinean delegation that took part in the third Mixed Commission between the two countries, gratitude which also extended to the participation of members of the Tunisian government apparatus in recently held events in Equatorial Guinea. To conclude her speech she declared the willingness of the Government and people of Equatorial Guinea to continue to work from day to day to develop the relations of cooperation and friendship between the two countries.
Source: The Equatorial Guinea Embassy in Tunisia.