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Head of State opens VII Diplomatic Conference


The aim is thus to renew and provide knowledge for all those holding posts and working within the special corps of the diplomatic and consular services, taking into account its evolution to the 46 at present, which has allowed the Government the financing to build and purchase various properties that the State can use abroad.

The Head of State went on to speak about matters of current concern,
“Equatorial Guinea is a peace-loving country. The situation forces us to fight acts that threaten peace, such as the trafficking of arms, terrorism, mercenaries, delinquency, organised crime, and interference against the United Nations Charter. Our diplomats must evaluate and understand the policies that may provide solutions to climate change", stated H. E. Obiang Nguema, and he appealed for reform to the United Nations Security Council, so that Africa may have two seats on the council with voting rights, in order to balance the decisions affecting the African continent.

Our country's vision on an African Union level is to involve African countries in trade exchange, to embrace multilateralism in order to promote its interests, so that cooperation is beneficial, in order to achieve equal treatment. The diplomatic missions should not be a cost for the State, but a source of income for the country.

Destiny is not an opportunity to take advantage of resources through corruption, but you must be the captors of profitable investment for the diversification of the sources of production. Maintaining peace is not limited to the actions of the security forces, but is also the task of diplomats. In the latest attempt in December 2017 by mercenaries from Chad and Central African Republic, the lack of information and collaboration between the accredited diplomats in those countries was noted", concluded the President of the Republic.

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