On 3rd May, the Head of State, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, granted four audiences to various delegations from friendly countries attending the Third National Economic Conference.
The separate meetings took place at the People’s Palace.
The first was with the Delegation from the Korean Development Institute led by San Woo Nam, in which the main theme was the need for cooperation between the institution and the Government of Equatorial Guinea.
Then, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo received the Delegation from the Central African States Development Bank.
Before the press, the President of the BDEAC , Fortunato Ofa Mbo Nchama, said that the meeting was a continuation of the work of the III NEC, and he expressed to the Head of State the willingness to accompany and support the road to development that Equatorial Guinea is building.
The mission from the United Nations System, led by Mohamed Yahya, expressed before the Equatoguinean leader the satisfaction of the institution regarding the success of this third conference.
We have spoken to the President about what Equatorial Guinea is going to prioritise from now to 2025, and what is going to change so that development reaches all layers of society. The United Nations has accompanied the Government from the start of this conference; we are working day and night as a team until the summit ends”, he said.
Closing the agenda, the President spoke to the Commissioner from the African Union, Charged with Political Affairs, Minata Samate Cessuma. The presentation of the strategic project for the African Union on the Steering of activities for the champion of the year in the AU in the matter of: Refugees, Returnees and the Internally Displaced, was the main topic of conversation.
To that end, it should be recalled that during the 23nd Session of the African Union Conference, held recently in Addis Abeba, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo was designated as Leader for the 2019 issue of the year on Refugees, Returnees and the Internally Displaced.
These audiences were also attended by the ministers for Foreign Affairs, Simeon Oyono Esono; Finance, Cesar Augusto Mba Abogo, and the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Ethiopia and Representative of the Permanent Mission before the African Union, Crisantos Obama Ondo.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office