Equatorial Guinea takes part in work of V Ministerial Meeting on Euro-African Dialogue on Migration and Development

A delegation from the Government of Equatorial Guinea, led by the Deputy Minister for the Interior and Local Corporations, Fidel Nsue Micha, and including the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Pedro Ndong Nguema, has taken part in the work of the V Ministerial Meeting on Euro-African Dialogue on Migration and Development in Marrakesh from 1st to 2nd May, which brought together various Foreign ministers from European and African countries, and was overseen by the Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs, and co-chaired by the Moroccan Minister for Foreign Affairs. The meeting concluded with the adoption of the Marrakesh Policy Declaration, and a 2018-2020 action plan.

In his speech, Fidel Nsue Micha highlighted the importance given by the Government led by H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo to the question of migration, underlining the need to join forces to work strategically, taking advantage of socio-economic advantages and cultural exchange between peoples.

In parallel, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs held two separate meetings in one of the annexes, with representatives from friendly countries.

First he met the Estonian Minister for Foreign Affairs, a country which approached Equatorial Guinea to request the support of our country in the work of the United Nations Security Council, and the need to strengthen cooperation with Equatorial Guinea in New Technologies. The meeting was followed by another with the representative of the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation from Cape Verde, with whom he spoke about the need to strengthen cooperation between friendly brother countries.

During the meetings, the Secretary of State was accompanied by the Equatorial Guinea Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Morocco, and the presidential adviser in diplomatic matters, Crisantos Obama Ondo and Narciso Ntugu, respectively.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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