State officials from Foreign Affairs receive visit from Prime Minister

The Visit from the Prime Minster of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, was to pass on the recommendations and congratulations that the Head of State sent to officials from the Civil Administration, following the successful celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Independence.

On Tuesday 23rd October, the Prime Minister met officials from Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, to pass on the advice and message of congratulations that H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo sent to all ministerial departments within the Civil Administration.

The round of visits, which the Prime Minister began at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, will be extended to all ministerial departments and regional delegations within the continental part of the country.

During the meeting, Obama Asue read Decree 2467/1968, of 9th October 1968, through which Spain ceded definitive independence to the territory of Equatorial Guinea; a document that Obama Asue formally handed to the Head of State during the course of the military and popular parade to mark the 50th Anniversary on 12th October.

Leading the meetings, the Prime Minister insisted on the need for punctuality and permanence in their work posts. During the visits, the Prime Minister was accompanied by the Minister for Public Administration and Administrative Reform, Faustino Ndong Esono.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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State officials from Foreign Affairs receive visit from Prime Minister

The Visit from the Prime Minster of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, was to pass on the recommendations and congratulations that the Head of State sent to officials from the Civil Administration, following the successful celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Independence.

On Tuesday 23rd October, the Prime Minister met officials from Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, to pass on the advice and message of congratulations that H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo sent to all ministerial departments within the Civil Administration.

The round of visits, which the Prime Minister began at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, will be extended to all ministerial departments and regional delegations within the continental part of the country.

During the meeting, Obama Asue read Decree 2467/1968, of 9th October 1968, through which Spain ceded definitive independence to the territory of Equatorial Guinea; a document that Obama Asue formally handed to the Head of State during the course of the military and popular parade to mark the 50th Anniversary on 12th October.

Leading the meetings, the Prime Minister insisted on the need for punctuality and permanence in their work posts. During the visits, the Prime Minister was accompanied by the Minister for Public Administration and Administrative Reform, Faustino Ndong Esono.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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