Prime Minister chairs Interministerial Council

During the morning of 22 August, an Interministerial Council meeting was held in the Ngolo Palace of Conferences in Bata, and chaired by the Prime Minister, Head of Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue.

This meeting started with the adoption of the Order of the Day, preceded by the analysis of the Draft Decree for which the Creation Decree of the National Agency for Financial Investigation (ANIF-GE) has been updated, and was presented by the Minister for Finance, Economy and Planning. The same minister immediately followed on with the attendees and addressed the point relating to the restructuring of the National Coordination Committee for Sustainable Development Goals, (SDGs) in Equatorial Guinea.

Point number four of those analysed in this session which included the presence of the three Vice Prime Ministers of the Government: Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene, A�ngel Mesie Mibuy and Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, dealt with the Draft Decree for which the dispatch and use of the CEMAC-Biometric Passport and its regulations of use in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea are borne by the State Minister for Regional Integration, Baltasar Engonga Edjo, and the corresponding committee established for such matters.

The revision of this draft decree comprised the final point addressed by the attendees prior to moving on to address the usual section of various issues.

Source Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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