On 19th September, the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, received three sets of credentials presented by the Ambassadors from Angola, India and Germany, who appeared before the Head of State.
Military honours accompanied the presentation ceremony for the credentials, which was overseen by the Ambassador Adviser, head of State Protocol, Teodoro Biyogo Nsue Ocomo, accompanied by various director generals from the head of State’s Office.
The Ambassadors who appeared before the President of the Republic were Antonio Manuel Luvuala, from Angola; Man Mohan Branot, from India, and Ralph Timmerman, from Germany.
Several members of the Government, advisers and director generals were present during the ceremony.
The President also used the occasion to hold audiences with the diplomats, with whom he reviewed the state of diplomatic relations with their respective nations.
In the presence of the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Simeon Oyono Esono, the diplomats from Angola, India and Germany gave their impressions in the book of honour and, to the sound of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea national anthem, the ceremony came to a close.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office