The Head of State and Government, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, departed on Sunday, February 15, from Bata, capital of the province of Litoral, for Cameroon, to attend along with other presidents of the African continent the work of the Extraordinary Summit of the Council for Peace and Security in Central Africa-COPAX, which took place on Monday, February 16, in the Conference Room of Yaounde.
In the Nsim-Alen International Airport of Yaounde, the official delegation of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea was received by the Cameroonian Prime Minister, Philemon Yang; the Ambassador of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accredited in the country, Anastasio Asumu Mum Muñoz, and high Cameroonian personalities.
The work of this COPAX summit, which will last one day, were chaired by the Head of State of Chad, H.E. Idriss Deby Itno, as the current Chairman of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS).
According to the program, the presentation of the report of the Council of Ministers; the project of the declaration of the Heads of State and Government; the closed meeting of presidents; the adoption of the final communiqué of the declaration of Heads of State and Government; group photo and the lunch offered by H.E. Paul Biya and Chantal Biya to the guests are some of the most noteworthy events of the Extraordinary Summit of the Council for Peace and Security in Central Africa, which takes place days after the holding in Ethiopia of the 24th Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the African Union.
Text: Maria Jesus Nsang Nguema
Photos: Manuel Mangue Bindang
(Presidential Press Team)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office