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Pastor Micha Ondo Bilé met last Tuesday with Chad’s Ambassador accredited to Equatorial Guinea, Ngaryanan Djague, who was carrying a message from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of his country, and with the Moroccan Ambassador, Jilali Hilal, with whom he talked about current politics, specifically about North Africa and the need to expand relations between the two countries in different domains.
On Tuesday, July 19, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Francophone Affairs, Pastor Micha Ondo Bilé, granted an audience to the Ambassadors of Chad and Morocco accredited in Equatorial Guinea with residence in the city of Malabo, Ngaryanan Djague and Jilali Hilal, respectively.
Chad’s Ambassador, Ngaryanan Djague, was carrying a message from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of his country and was the first to meet with the Equatorial Guinean diplomat. During the audience, they also discussed issues of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
After the meeting with the Ambassador of Chad, Micha Ondo Bilé met with the Moroccan Ambassador accredited to Equatorial Guinea, Jilali Hilal. The meeting between the two has allowed them to address issues of policy on North Africa. Both leaders also expressed the desire of both countries to enhance cooperation in different domains.