On Monday 9th July, two separate courtesy audiences featured on the agenda of the Prime Minister for the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue.
One was held with the Turkish Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea, Sebnem Cenk, and the other with the Head of the Mission from the Embassy of South Korea in our country, Hwangroh Lee. For both, it was the first meeting with the Prime Minister, since their arrival in our country.
The Turkish diplomat was the first to meet the Prime Minister, Obama Asue. During this meeting, he spoke about the invitation issued by the re-elected President, H. E. Recep Tayyip Erdogan to his Equatoguinean counterpart, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, to attend his investiture ceremony.
The review of bilateral relations between Malabo and Ankara was one of the other matters that the two speakers covered, together with the agreements signed in 2014, when President Erdogan visited our country for the second Africa-Turkey Summit.
After that, Obama Asue received Hwangroh Lee, accredited Head of the Mission from the Embassy of South Korea in Malabo.
Issues such as the waiver of official, diplomatic and service visas between Equatorial Guinea and South Korea, and the strengthening of the existing relations between the two nations, were those covered in the second audience held at the Presidency of the Government in Malabo II, where the Prime Minister was assisted by the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Bonifacio Mitogo Edjang, and the Adviser to the Presidency of the Government, Charged with Judicial Affairs, Pedro Ondo Ngua.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea