Luanda – Equatorial Guinea supports Angola’s standing on the peaceful solution for the post-electoral crisis in Cote d’Ivoire, said Thursday the Central African nation’s ambassador to Angola.
José Esono Micha Akeng expressed his country’s desire at the end of an audience granted to him by the Angolan vice President, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.
“Angola’s standing should be supported, as the use of force, in solution of crisis, can bring alarming repercussion to African continent”, said the diplomat, who hailed the excellent relations between the two countries, dating back to the Independence of Angola on November 11, 1975.
Among the priorities of his mandate, Jose Akeng mentioned the increase of cooperation relations, with the stress to the training of Guinean staff in Angola, in learning process of Portuguese language with the view to enable his country integrate into Portuguese-speaking Countries Community (CPLP).
He recalled that the two countries already cooperate in the fields of hydrocarbon, agriculture and transports.
Equatorial Guinea’s diplomat who seized the occasion to introduce himself as the new ambassador of his country to Angola said to have delivered a message from his country’s Prime Minister, Ignacio Milam Tang, to the vice President of the Republic wishing him success in the current year.