Working trip by Third Vice Prime Minister

Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, Third Vice Prime Minister, Charged with Human Rights, took part at an important event in Mexico City, at the invitation of the Africa Latin Global Foundation, the Mexican Cooperation Agency, and the Moroccan Embassy in Mexico City.

The event took place between 2nd and 4th September, and focussed on cooperation, human rights and security. It was an opportunity to look at cooperation and support in matters of international trade by Mexican business circles.

The doctor Maricarmen Gonzalez, Director of the Mexican Vessel Agency, presented the Third Vice Prime Minister with an invitation for Equatorial Guinea to attend the next Conference of Ibero-American Leaders for Peace, which is to take place in November in the Republic of Mexico.

For his part, Nsue Mokuy welcomed the present call in the name of the Government of Equatorial Guinea, My country is focussed on great changes within the framework of Horizonte 2020, under which cooperation and dialogue with various players in society is important; it is important that Latin America understands Equatorial Guinea and its current reality. We are a nation that pushes for peace, just about to celebrate 50 years of independence, in which the figure of the Head of State and Government, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has been decisive in the levels of development obtained”.

Lastly, the Vice Prime Minister was invited on a tour of the Military School of Mexico, where he saw the training given there, and closed his visit with a supper at the residence of the Plenipotentiary Ambassador from the Kingdom of Morocco in Mexico, Mohammed Chafiki, which was attended by entrepreneurs, academics and representatives from friendly organisations, such as Cedepu, AMB Mexico and Urban AC.

Source: Africa Latin Global Foundation

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