Posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – November 17th, 2012
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Mali in Charge of African Integration, Traore Rokiatou Guikine, was the first to be received by H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, in the People’s Palace of Malabo. Traore Rokiatou delivered to the Equatorial Guinean President an official message from the Interim President of the Republic of Mali, Djon Counda Traore.
The Malian Minister expressed her President’s gratitude to the Equatorial Guinean Head of State for the efforts he made in solving the problems that occur on the African continent. This special correspondent clarified that the transition period in Mali aims, first, to try to achieve national reconciliation and, second, to recover the Northern Region, currently occupied by terrorists. After these two achievements, presidential elections would be convened, scheduled for next year 2013.
The second audience was with the former Prime Minister of Thailand, Pawinee Puttikorn, who was accompanied by four other personalities.
In addition to pointing out the Oil and Gas sector as elements that arouse interest in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, the former Prime Minister of the Asian country, who was visiting Equatorial Guinea for the first time, expressed his admiration for the level of development found during his stay here.
Also on Wednesday, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo also received the message from his counterpart of the Republic of Burundi, H.E. Piere Ncurumsisa.
The Burundian special envoy, Ambassador and Special Adviser to the President of the Republic of Burundi, after delivering the message to its illustrious recipient, clarified the substantial aspects of his official mission in Malabo. It was to convey the congratulations of H.E. Piere Ncurumsisa to the Head of State of Equatorial Guinea for the excellent organization of the Women’s CAN which recently took place in our country, as well as for the victory in the Second Women’s Football Championship of the African continent, won by the Women’s Nzalang.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Agapito Mba Mokuy, was present in these audiences.