Working visit by President of Central African Republic

On Saturday 29th July, the Head of State of the Central African Republic, H. E. Faustin-Archange Touadera, began a working visit to Equatorial Guinea. The President, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, arrived in Mongomeyen on board the presidential helicopter to receive his African counterpart and brother on the runway.

The Prime Minister, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, the General Secretary of the PDGE, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro; the Governor of the province of Wele Nzas, Baltasar Mba Esono; the Mayor of Mongomeyen; officers from the military corps; ministers, vice-ministers; advisers to the Presidency of the Republic, among other authorities from the province of Wele Nzas, the district of Mongomo and the municipality of Mongomeyen, also welcomed the Central African President.

The leader of the National Convergence Party Kwa Na Kwa is in our country to strengthen the ties of friendship and brotherhood between the governments of Bangui and Malabo, and in that way receive our advice in order to put an end to the socio.political crisis that has affected his nation since 2013.

Minutes after his arrival, the two African leaders exchanged views regarding the visit in the hall of honour in the presidential pavilion at Mongomeyen airport.

Accompanying President Touadera on this visit is the minister diplomatic adviser and adviser to the presidency in matters of communication, together with the Equatorial Guinea ambassador in Bangui, among other figures.

The colony from this friendly neighbouring country, entertainment groups, presidents of the people’s councils and neighbourhood communities from the municipalities of Mongomo and Mongomeyen lined both sides of the road, together with the general public, in order to welcome the distinguished guest.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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