On Friday 6th July, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Simeon Oyono Esono Angue, granted an audience to the Spanish Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea, Guillermo Antonio Lopez Mac-Lellan, with whom he spoke about the state of relations between the two countries following the change to the Spanish Government.
Within the context of the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries, the minister received the Spanish Ambassador at the diplomatic headquarters in Malabo II. The aim of the audience was to speak about the political situation between the two countries, and the need for certain institutions from the European country not to create obstacles to the normal functioning of relations with the current Government in Madrid.
The audience, Oyono Esono, who was accompanied by the Director General for the Office for Diplomatic Information, Alfonso Biahute Cheba, was held in an atmosphere governed by brotherly, friendly, cordial dialogue.
Currently, Malabo and Madrid are moving forward with close, fluid cooperation, in which language, culture and common history are the main ties. A new era has begun in which the two countries, peoples and Governments can see diplomatic bilateral relations growing in sectors that the parties consider advantageous and in mutual interest and benefit.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea