On the eve of the seventy-fourth period of sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, the Security Council held a working session on 9th September on keeping the peace.
The 15 members, including permanent and non-permanent, of the highest UN decision-making body, including the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, in its capacity as non-permanent member, presented the various mechanisms that will contribute towards greater effectiveness during peace-keeping operations in conflict zones.
The meeting also served as a platform for representatives of member States to express solidarity with the Republic of Burkina Faso, regarding the attacks which occurred at the weekend, resulting in 29 injured, while condemning the act.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea was represented by a delegation led by the Minister Adviser for the Security Council, Protasio EdA� Edjang, and made up of the Adviser Vicente Mba Asumu, among other figures from our country who carry out their duties within the greatest forum of global diplomacy.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office