Government Presidents audience with the U.S. Ambassador United States and Equatorial Guinea reviewed their bilateral relations on Tuesday during the audience that President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo granted Alberto Fernandez, U.S. Ambassador to the Government in Malabo. In addition to this meeting, fourteen senior officials have sworn in their new positions before the Head of State.


The current Chairman of the African Union and the U.S. diplomat also have dealt with issues concerning the 66th Ordinary Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, which took place in New York between September 19 and 23. The event in whose opening ceremony participated H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, in his current role as the leader of the African continent.

On the same day of the audience, the swearing in of fourteen senior government officials also took place, who have promised to respond appropriately to their new responsibilities, abide by the Constitution and the law of the nation, and exercise with dignity and responsibility the charges they have been appointed.

The new government officials are: Juan Noel Nsue Ondo, Presidential Adviser of the Republic in the Department of Missions; Teodoro Biyogo Nsue Okomo, Presidential Adviser  of the Republic in Protocol; Gertrudis Mansogo Asue, Presidential Adviser  for Social Affairs, in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Promotion of Women; Santiago Nguema Ndong Mikue, Assistant Director-General for Press and Printing in the Department of Information and Tourism stationed in the Continental Region; Federico Ngomo Nvo Mangue, Director-General of Postal Services and Telecommunications; Carmelo Ovono Obiang, Deputy Director-General of National Security in the Continental Region; Carmelo Okomo Ondo, Deputy Director-General for National Security in the Continental Region; Protasio Nsue Oyono Bela, Director-General of the Minister's Cabinet for Information and Tourism and Government Spokesman; Prudencio Botey Sobole, Regional Delegate of Information and Tourism and Sebastian Elo Aseko, Delegate Regional Executive Officer of Information and Tourism.

In regard to diplomatic missions of Equatorial Guinea, Melanio Ebendeng Nsomo is the new Ambassador of our country in Caracas (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela), Benigno Pedro Matute Tang, the new Ambassador in Cairo (Egypt), Carmelo Nvono Nca, Ambassador in Brussels (Belgium) and Fortunato Nsue Edu Mangue, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Havana (Cuba).

Text: Benjamin Mangue Micha and Maria Jesus Nsang Nguema (Presidential Press).

Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.

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