The Portuguese parliamentary headquarters has held a meeting of the III Language, Education, Science and Culture Commission of the CPLP Parliamentary Assembly, attended by an Equatoguinean delegation.
In compliance with the recommendations of CPLP Heads of State, a debate has taken place at the headquarters of the Portuguese National Assembly, regarding the promotion of the Portuguese language in Equatorial Guinea and East Timor, the last two States to join the organisation, which require support and special measures for the introduction of Portuguese in their respective countries.
Equatorial Guinea was represented by a delegation made up of two senators, Pilar Djombe Djangani and Salvador Mangue Ayingono, accompanied by the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Portugal and before the CPLP, Tito Mba Ada, together with the adviser from the diplomatic mission, Arsenio Moro Malonga.
In his speech, Salvador Mangue presented the context of the Equatoguinean parliamentary group, and in turn, Djombe Ndangani gave details of actions in progress carried out by the Government of the country with regards to the expansion of the Portuguese language on a national level.
The Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Portugal and before the CPLP, Tito Mba Ada, in his speech, underlined the perspectives regarding the future of the Portuguese language on Equatoguinean soil, with the announcement of an initiative for a multi.sector project focussed on the execution of intensive courses for State officials.
Before concluding his speech, Mba Ada reiterated the message of solidarity from the Government of Equatorial Guinea with the Portuguese people regarding the fire that caused over sixty-four deaths in the country.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea