The president of the Upper Chamber of the Congo Parliament, Pierre Ngolo, received in audience the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Congo Brazzaville, Samuel Ateba Owono. The meeting took place at the headquarters of the institution.
In the presence of members of the Senate table, Pierre Ngolo and the Equatoguinean diplomat reviewed the diplomatic relations uniting the two countries and their respective governments.
Furthermore, Samuel Ateba Owono asked about the functioning of the Congolese Upper Chamber.
The audience also revealed that the Senate in the Republic of Congo has issued an invitation to the President of the Senate and the President of the Congress of Deputies, Teresa Efua Asangono and Gaudencio Mohaba Messu, respectively, in order that the two can take part in the senior level conference of pan-African parliaments on the protection of investment and resources for health and HIV/AIDS, to take place in Brazzaville in July.
This was the first visit by Samuel Ateba Owono to the senate since he was appointed ambassador.
The Congolese Upper Chamber is made up of 72 senators elected for a mandate of six years.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office