The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is continuing to strengthen and consolidate its diplomatic relations with countries from Africa, Europe and Asia. On19th February, fourteen extraordinary plenipotentiary ambassadors presented their credentials before the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
Hattem Mahmud Abdelhalim, from the Arab Republic of Egypt; Pierre Ernest Abandzounou, from the Republic of Congo; Stephane Doppagne, from the Kingdom of Belgium; Pietro Lazzeri, Jalal Sonoussi and Park Chung Nam, from Switzerland, Tunisia and the Republic of Korea all presented their letters before the Head of State.
Also holding the same functions with respect to the central administration in Malabo will be the Italian Marco Romiti; Julien Vincent Brunie, from Malta; Jean Baptiste Habialimana, from Rwanda, but residing in Brazzaville; Nelson Ocheger, from Uganda; Nguyeng Manh Cuong, from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam; while Paul Molong Akaro, Warner Senfter and Shirley Ho introduced themselves representing South Sudan, Austria and the Philippines, respectively.
The Head of State held meetings with all of them, in order to exchange first impressions regarding the new functions to perform regarding the Malabo administration.
Also present at the acts were members of the Government, advisers and director generals from the Head of State’s Office.
With a signing of the visitors’ Book and military honours the first presentation of credentials ceremony of 2018 at the People’s Palace in Malabo came to a close.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea