Foreign Minister receives representative from Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

The meeting took place at the Equatorial Guinea Permanent Mission before the United nations, before the top level debate on the silencing of arms in Africa in 2020.

On the afternoon of 26th February, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Simeon Oyono Esono, received the representative from the organisation of the Full Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Jose Rosenberg.

The meeting served as an opportunity for the head of Equatoguinean diplomacy and his opposite number to look at aspects regarding cooperation in questions of peace and security between the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and this organisation, starting from the position that our country was one of the first to sign this treaty, which dates back to 1996.

During the conversations, Oyono Esono declared to Rosenberg that the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, has always underlined the importance of peace, and the signing of instruments aimed at the consolidation of peace, not only in Equatorial Guinea, but throughout the world.

Our country is willing to continue to work with all organisations that are working for the banning of everything that contributes towards endangering international peace and security”, said Oyono Esono.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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Foreign Minister receives representative from Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

The meeting took place at the Equatorial Guinea Permanent Mission before the United nations, before the top level debate on the silencing of arms in Africa in 2020.

On the afternoon of 26th February, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Simeon Oyono Esono, received the representative from the organisation of the Full Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Jose Rosenberg.

The meeting served as an opportunity for the head of Equatoguinean diplomacy and his opposite number to look at aspects regarding cooperation in questions of peace and security between the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and this organisation, starting from the position that our country was one of the first to sign this treaty, which dates back to 1996.

During the conversations, Oyono Esono declared to Rosenberg that the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, has always underlined the importance of peace, and the signing of instruments aimed at the consolidation of peace, not only in Equatorial Guinea, but throughout the world.

Our country is willing to continue to work with all organisations that are working for the banning of everything that contributes towards endangering international peace and security”, said Oyono Esono.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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