Minister for Mines has audience with British Minister for Africa.

During the Minister for Mines and Hydrocarbons, Gabriel Mbega Obiang Lima’s stay in London, he was received in audience by the Minister for Africa, Harriet Baldwin, to look at matters related with the two countries.

During the trip by the Minister Obiang Lima to the United Kingdom, he was accompanied by the acting Ambassador from our country in London, Mari-Cruz Evuna Andeme. The aim of the visit was the participation in a forum on investment in the Equatorial Guinea oil sector, in order to present to the British Government the investment opportunities in our country.

The Minister, Mbega Obiang, gave Minister Baldwin two books commemorating the 50 years of Independence of Equatorial Guinea, of which 27 belong to the development of oil. For her part, Ambassador Evuna Andeme stressed the importance of joining political and commercial forces with our country, with a view to the United Kingdom leaving the EU.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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Minister for Mines has audience with British Minister for Africa.

During the Minister for Mines and Hydrocarbons, Gabriel Mbega Obiang Lima’s stay in London, he was received in audience by the Minister for Africa, Harriet Baldwin, to look at matters related with the two countries.

During the trip by the Minister Obiang Lima to the United Kingdom, he was accompanied by the acting Ambassador from our country in London, Mari-Cruz Evuna Andeme. The aim of the visit was the participation in a forum on investment in the Equatorial Guinea oil sector, in order to present to the British Government the investment opportunities in our country.

The Minister, Mbega Obiang, gave Minister Baldwin two books commemorating the 50 years of Independence of Equatorial Guinea, of which 27 belong to the development of oil. For her part, Ambassador Evuna Andeme stressed the importance of joining political and commercial forces with our country, with a view to the United Kingdom leaving the EU.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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