President receives counterparts from Mauritania and Guinea Bissau

The Presidents and Heads of State of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, H. E. Mohamed Ould Abdelaziz and H. E. Jose Mario Vaz, from the Republic of Guinea Bissau, have been in Malabo since the afternoon of 10th June.

The President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, gave his counterparts a warm reception. The court of honour to receive the Presidents was lead by the Prime Minister, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, accompanied by the Provincial Governor of Bioko Norte, the Mayoress of Malabo, and the Inspector General of the Armed Forces and National Security Corps.

On the esplanade at the presidential terminal at the airport, the members of the Government and advisers to the Head of State’s Office attended the arrival of the African statesmen, and in the presidential lounge, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo exchanged first impressions with his counterparts.

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Guinea Bissau and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania are members of the African Union and the United Nations, among other organisations.

H. E. Jose Mario Vaz and H. E. Mohamed Ould Abdelaziz, and the delegations that are now in Malabo and those yet to arrive, will take part on 11th in the opening of the Round Table for Contributors to the African Solidarity Trust Fund, coordinated by the United Nations Organisation for Agriculture and Food.

The last trip by H. E. Jose Mario Vaz to our country was on 6th December 2018, to the city of Mongomo, while on 29th April this year, H. E. Mohamed Ould Abdelaziz was in Malabo for several hours.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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