Three audiences made up the work schedule of the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, on Thursday 19th October, in Malabo.
Firstly, the Head of State received a group of experts from port agencies in Morocco, led by the Director of National Regulation for Port Agencies in Morocco, Lamouz Mustapha.
This commission has spent several days visiting all the ports in our country, and has been working on the operations of the infrastructures. The meeting served to provide exhaustive information to the Head of State, regarding the visits and the meetings held with the various sectors involved.
Joaquin Elema Borengue, Deputy Minister for Transport and the Postal Service, was the member of Government assisting the President of the Republic at the reception.
Bilateral matters, above all diplomatic, between Equatorial Guinea and South Africa, were the main subject of the audience that H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo held with the accredited Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador to our country, Victor Rambau, moments after the meeting with the Moroccan entourage.
The following delegation to attend a meeting with the Equatoguinean President was from Liberia. It was led by the candidate for the presidential elections, George Weah. During the meeting, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo was informed on the Liberian political panorama in recent months, and the second round of elections that are to be held in the next few days.
George Weah, the favourite to win according to the results from the first round, asked for political advice from the leader of the nations, from whom he received positive advice on various matters, such as the maintenance of peace, security, the fight against delinquency and terrorism, respect for human rights, gender equality, and other aspects that will allow the development of Liberia and the African continent.
Alejandro Evuna Owono Asangono, Minister of State to the Presidency of the Republic, Charged with Missions, and Ruslan Obiang Nsue, were present at both the audience with the South African ambassador and the Liberian delegation.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea