Denis Ronaldo Moncada, Minister for Foreign Relations and Worship from the Republic of Nicaragua and Permanent Representative before the OAS , is in Malabo on an official visit.
On the morning of Wednesday 11th September, he met his Equatoguinean counterpart, Simeon Esono Angue, at the headquarters of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Malabo II. The aim of the visit is continuity in the relations of friendship, cooperation, identity and coordination in international bodies, and mutual aid on matters of interest between the two countries.
During the meeting, the Foreign Ministers from Equatorial Guinea and Nicaragua signed important documents on diplomatic consultation in order to set up coordination and mutual aid in international bodies, a framework cooperation agreement and regulations for the commission for the cooperation framework.
Moncada Colindres, in conversation with the press following the meeting, reaffirmed the importance of his visit to Equatorial Guinea, We delivered to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs a message from the President of Nicaragua to his counterpart in Equatorial Guinea expressing his cordial and brotherly greetings, in order to continue to strengthen and deepen relations between the two brother peoples, who have many elements of identity in common, and also many aims to support internal policies for the benefit of populations in our respective countries”.
In addition to thanking his counterpart Oyono Esono and his team for the kind treatment received during the stay, he also highlighted the fact that relations between the two countries were on the right road, It is clear that we are on the right road to strengthen our relations; and these exchanges of visits clearly show this spirit and political will to strengthen the relations of friendship, cooperation and investment between our two countries. We can affirm that these are successful, highly fruitful relations, and we will continue in the process of strengthening the mutual cooperation of exchange. And Nicaragua is supporting the demand for Africa to have a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council, and in the process of democratisation of the United Nations Organisation. These are matters of just cause for Africa as an important continent in the future, to be present in such a decisive body for the international community as the United Nations Security Council”.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office