The Council of Ministers studies cooperation agreements with Chad

On May 27, in the People’s Palace of Malabo, the President of the Republic, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, presided over the meeting of the Ministerial Council.

Among the points to be set on the agenda of the Council of Ministers was the analysis of the draft Program of Activities to celebrate the 73rd birthday of the President of the Republic, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, on June 5; the draft decree that creates the Psychiatric Center of Sampaka; the draft decree that opens the 2015-2016 Agrarian Campaign, and establishes the minimum prices of coffee, cocoa, copper sulfate and lime in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, the draft decree amending the Official Day of Reading for children from schools in the country; the proposed operation of CENTRAMED (Equatorial Guinean Drug Center) and the convention on the fight against discrimination in the field of education.

They also analyzed the relations of cooperation between the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Chad, noting in this regard the agreements on economic, commercial, scientific and technical cooperation, air services, commercial, transportation and use of Equatorial Guinean ports and on exemption of visas for holders of diplomatic and service passports.

The council ended with the section of miscellaneous affairs.

Ignacio Milam Tang, Vice President of the Republic for Presidential Affairs, and Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, Second Vice President of the Republic for Defense and State Security, also attended the session.

Text: Javier Obama Nsue Nchama
Photos: Miguel Angel Mba Onva
(Presidential Press Team)

Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office

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