The Vice-President of the Republic, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, has been in Indonesia since Monday 19th August, on an official visit. During his stay on Asian soil, the head of the Equatorial Guinea Armed Forces and Security Corps will meet Indonesian authorities in order to strengthen the relations of friendship and cooperation which unite the governments of the two countries. The visit will also serve as an occasion to attend the Indonesia-Africa Infrastructures Summit, which is to take place in Bali, from 19th to 21st of this month.
Malabo and Jakarta wish to adopt joint strategies in order to consolidate cooperation. This is the aim of the official visit being made by H. E. Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue to Indonesia.
On arrival at the presidential airport in the city of Denpenser, accompanied by a delegation of four ministers and director generals from some ministries, the Vice-President was received by the Indonesian Minister Adviser for Foreign Affairs, Alexandre Firman, and Equatoguinean diplomatic personnel resident in China.
On this 48-hour official visit by Nguema Obiang Mangue to the Asian country, a bilateral meeting is planned for Tuesday with the Indonesian Head of State, H. E. Joko Widodo.
The working schedule for the trip also includes the signing of various cooperation agreements by the Foreign Ministers from the two countries.
Furthermore, the trip will serve as an opportunity for the Vice-President to attend the Indonesia-Africa Infrastructure Summit, which begins on Tuesday 20th August.
Slource: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office