On Friday 18th August, the Dominican Republic state news recalled the recent visit by Alfonso Nsue Mokuy to Santo Domingo, and the meetings held with Government authorities and civil society. In the interview, the Third Vice Prime Minister highlighted the need to strengthen diplomatic ties and resume the flow of university students to the various study centres in the Caribbean country.
“Equatorial Guinea is an entry point to African and in Spanish. It is an opportunity for the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean”, said Nsue Mokuy during his interview, highlighting the geographical location and the emerging development of our country.
Furthermore, he pointed out that the National Bank of Equatorial Guinea (BANGE) already has offices in Madrid and, in the future, also in Latin America, an attractive region for investment, horizontal cooperation and exchanges.
Finally, during the meeting he highlighted the city of Malabo as an international conference centre, and the climate of peace and development.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea