United Nations Security Council visits Guinea Bissau and Ivory Coast

The trip by the United Nations Security Council to the African countries, under the presidency of Equatorial Guinea, comes within the commitment of the decision-making body to watch over the maintenance of international peace and security.

The delegation, made up of the fifteen members of the council, overseen by the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Anatolio Ndong Mba, arrived on 15th February in Guinea Bissau, and met the Prime Minister, Aristides Gomes, and the President of the People’s National Assembly, Cipriano Cassama.

In preliminary agreements at the start of our country’s presidency, the political coordinator Victor Manuel Ele Ela revealed to the national media the greatest priority of Equatorial Guinea during its mandate, which was specifically the African continent.

Within the senior delegation of the Security Council travelling to Guinea Bissau and Ivory Coast, the Equatoguinean representation is made up of the Ambassador, the Minister Adviser Protasio Edu Edjang, and the Adviser Aristides Mevian.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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