The Delegate Minister of Civil Aviation, Fausto Abeso Fuma, accompanied by the Director General of the company Ceiba, Bienvenido Esono Abeso, met in N’Djamena with the President of the Republic of Chad, H.E. Idriss Deby, to deliver a message from the Head of State of Equatorial Guinea, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo. The meeting took place at the Rose Palace on Monday, March 30.
Following its trip to Chad on Sunday, March 29, to perform the relevant formalities on the new route of the national airline Ceiba Intercontinental in N’Djamena, the Equatorial Guinea mission, led by the Delegate Minister of Civil Aviation, Fausto Abeso Fuma, met with the President of the Chadian Republic, H.E. Idriss Deby, on Monday, March 30, to discuss various issues relating to the two republics.
At this meeting, which lasted over forty minutes and took place in the Rose Palace, Minister Abeso Fuma delivered the text message from the Head of State of Equatorial Guinea to his Chadian counterpart, who was assisted by the Minister for Infrastructures, Transportation and Aviation, Adoum Younousmi. The message, according to sources in the delegation, concerned the friendship and cooperation between the two States, and notifying the opening of the flights of the national airline to N’Djamena.
The Equatorial Guinean Delegate Minister described the meeting with the Chadian president as positive, and declared: “We are very proud of the welcome extended to us since our arrival in this country. And thanks to the brotherhood and the political will of the heads of State, we could take this first flight that will unite our two capitals.”
-“In this regard, President Idriss has opened the doors of the Republic of Chad providing us with the new mission of our national company; a new task that for us is another challenge to overcome, as we have done since the founding of our national company,” added Abeso Fuma.
Just before the meeting at the Rose Palace, the Equatorial Guinean authorities also met with the Minister for Infrastructures, Adoum Younousmi, with whom they discussed issues of the aviation sector in the two countries.
These meetings were attended by the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Chad, Enrique Nsue Anguesomo and the Director General of the Aviation Authority, Leandro Miko Angue, among other authorities.
Abeso Fuma devoted the last hours of his stay in Chadian lands to government activities of the delegation that traveled there.
Text and photos: Mansueto Loeri Bomohagasi (D. G. Base Internet)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office