At the People’s Palace in Malabo, the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, received professor Heddy Maloka, Executive Director of the Secretariat of the African Evaluation Mechanism between Presidents, MAEP.
MAEP is an institution of African countries for the advancement of good governance.
Along these lines, the Equatoguinean Head of State and Heddy Maloka spoke about the promotion of exchanges in matters of boosting the capacities and actions which drive the support of African countries, so that this senior body of the African Union can operate correctly.
Equatorial Guinea has been a member of MAEP since January 2014. The institution aims to promote the adoption of policies, regulations and practices that lead to political stability, economic growth, sustainable development, and subregional and continental economic integration, according to its executive director.
The meeting was attended by the Equatoguinean Head of State, the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Salomon Nfa Ndong, and the Ambassador from out country before the African Union, Simeon Oyono Esono.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea