On the morning of Monday 24th July, the Third Vice Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, was received by the Chamber of Deputies in Santo Domingo by Gustavo Sanchez, Spokesperson for the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD).
The audience was attended by the Director General for Human Rights, Manuel Mba Nchama; the President of CEDEPU, coordinator of trips by the Third Vice Prime Minister in Ibero-America, Jacqueline Andrea Hernandez Hernandez, and Berta Isabel Jimenez, the focal point of the Equatoguinean delegation in Santo Domingo.
The PLD spokesperson spoke to our country’s delegation about the need to bring about the contents of the cooperation agreement, and the establishment of diplomatic relations signed in Santo Domingo in 1999.
After that, the mission led by Nsue Mokuy was received at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs by the ambassadors charged with Africa, Kevin Martin Cuevas, and Luis Gonzalez, Director of Relations with Asia and Oceania.
Cooperation, the training of teams, and fluid trade exchange were the main matters dealt with at the meeting at the headquarters of the Chancellery.
The mission brought it activities to a close with a meeting with Pablo Quintero Luna, Panama Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, who after congratulating the delegation for the designation of Equatorial Guinea as non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, expressed his wish to visit our country, and for Panama to establish diplomatic relations with the Equatoguinean nation.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea