The Third Vice Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, led a delegation that held a working session on 12th February with the European parliamentarian Louis Michel, who is responsible for Human Rights issues in Africa. The aim of the meeting was to deal with issues relating to Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea, its achievements and challenges.
The member of the Government presented to the Euro deputy the National Plan on Human Rights, the national report that our country will present before the UN within the framework of the Universal Periodic Review, and the successful organisation of the Symposium on Human Rights, organised in the city of Sipopo in the month of April.
Nsue Mokuy also used the occasion to deny the false accusations by the radical opposition regarding the people of Equatorial Guinea.
For his part, Louis Michel congratulated and thanked the Government for their efforts in matters of human rights, and left relations open to cooperation between the European Parliament and Equatorial Guinea.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office