Third Vice Prime Minister speaks at Crans Montana International Forum 2019

On 16th march the Crans Montana International Forum 2019 featured the presence of the Third Vice Prime Minister, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy.

Nsue Mokuy gave a presentation on the problems of the African continent and the huge political and economic challenges which require efficient solutions, effective public policies and alliances in the area of South-South Cooperation.

During his speech, he highlighted progress in the matter of training in Equatorial Guinea, and the milestones in the area of pan-African cooperation and ties with Latin America. Speaking in Spanish to over one thousand attendees from five continents, Nsue Mokuy stated, “Only based on education and training will our nations progress along the road of development, where technological transfer, innovation, entrepreneurship and cooperation are the doors we must open in order to seek well-being”.

The Vice Prime Minister received greetings from the Vice-President of Guatemala, and senior African authorities present at the forum. He also held bilateral meetings with authorities from the Kingdom of Morocco, businessmen, The Forum Scientific Committee, and the representation from the Argentinian Government, to whom he extended an invitation to initiate an agenda with the province of Buenos Aires and la Plata.

Finally, he received in audience the representation from the Andean Parliament and the Africa Latina Global Foundation, who highlighted the important role played by Equatorial Guinea in matters of security within the United Nations System.

Nsue Mokuy passed on greetings from H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo to the delegations attending the forum, and confirmed the cooperative spirit of Equatorial Guinea in matters of international interest.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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