Vice-minister Yuri Pimentel holds meeting with Foreign Minister of Equatorial Guinea
Under the common perspective of deepening and strengthening diplomatic relations between the two countries, the Foreign Minister of Equatorial Guinea, Simeon Oyono, and the Vice-minister of Foreign Relations for Africa of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Yuri Pimentel, met in Malabo this Saturday.
During the meeting, the African chancellor expressed his rejection of the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the government of the United States and the European Union on the Caribbean nation.
At the same time, he affirmed that his country will not give in to any type of pressure and will keep supporting the Bolivarian Republic in forums of global political agreement.
Foreign Minister Oyono agreed with the venezuelan side on the need to promote South-South cooperation, which he considers to be the “fairest mechanism” of complementarity among the southern states.
This meeting, which also explored educational exchange agreements for diplomatic training, was preceded by the meeting held by the venezuelan Vice-minister with the Ombudsman of the african nation, Marcelino Nguema, during which the Equatorial Guinean official showed solidarity with Caracas before the situation of attacks and disrespect by foreign powers.
After these meetings, the venezuelan diplomat was received by the Vice-minister of Commerce of Equatorial Guinea, Domingo Mba Esono, with the vision of strengthening and promoting economic and commercial cooperation between both nations.
During his visit to Malabo, where the 50th anniversary of the independence of Equatorial Guinea was celebrated this Saturday, the Vice-minister for Africa has fulfilled an important work agenda with the intention of strengthening bi-national ties.