The Minister of Foreign Affairs receives the Ambassadors of the countries coordinating the ASA
Pastor Micha Ondo Bilé received on Tuesday the ambassadors of Brazil and Nigeria accredited to Equatorial Guinea, Eliana da Costa y Silva Puglia and Gregory Okon, respectively, as coordinators of the Africa-South America Countries Summit.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Equatorial Guinea, International Cooperation and Francophone Affairs, Pastor Micha Ondo Bilé, met with the Ambassadors of Brazil and Nigeria, Eliana da Silva y Puglia and Gregory Okon, were met with separately in the temporary office of the Minister at the Sipopo Conference Center during Tuesday, May 2.
During these receptions with the Ambassadors of countries coordinating the Africa-Sputh America (ASA) Summit, Micha Ondo Bilé was accompanied by the Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, Angel Mokara Moleila, Secretary-General of his department, Simeon Oyono and the Director-General of the Minister's Cabinet, Victorino Nka.
The meetings with the diplomats from Nigeria and Brazil served to speak of the preparation and the celebration of the Summit of Heads of State for Africa-South America (ASA), to be held in the coming weeks in our country. In these audiences they also addressed bilateral relations with these countries.
The mechanism of the ASA was established between Nigeria and Brazil, which is why Nigeria represents Africa, while Brazil represents the South American countries. The Malabo summit aims to find elements to strengthen the institution, to deepen cooperation and integration between the two continents and achieve common development.
Text and photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (D. G. Base Internet).
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.