On Thursday 1st February, the General Secretary of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, received in the meeting room at the party National Office in Malabo, the Ambassador from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Tong Chol Ho, and the Head of Business from the Portuguese Embassy, Manuel Grainha do Vale.
The Ambassador from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Tong Chol Ho, delivered a message to the General Secretary of the PDGE, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, from the General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
In the name of his Government, the ambassador also condemned the failed mercenary attack, and highlighted the importance of the fact that our country is a member of the United Nations Security Council, which will allow it to resolve many conflicts.
Ton Chol Ho reminded the General Secretary of the invitation from the Workers’ Party for a visit to the Asian country, and reported to the Equatoguinean politician regarding the participation of athletes from his country in the upcoming Olympic Games.
The PDGE General Secretary, for his part, thanked the ambassador for the support from his country in condemning the failed terrorist attack, and reaffirmed the desire of the PDGE and the Government to strengthen relations between the two parties and governments.
With regards to the invitation, Osa Osa Ecoro confirmed that he would look into how to conduct the visit, and also put to the ambassador the possibility that the North Korean Government could provide grants for Equatoguinean students.
During the audience with the Head of Business from Portugal, Manuel Grainha do Vale, the Portuguese diplomat also condemned the failed terrorist attack in Equatorial Guinea.
Grants for students were also covered during the audience.
Osa Osa Ecoro put to the head of business the need to find ways and mechanisms for training for groups of Equatoguineans in Portuguese universities, taking into account the development of our country in production sectors.
The Equatoguinean politician also recognised the support from Portugal for the integration of Equatorial Guinea within the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP).
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea