Meeting between the ambassadors of Equatorial Guinea and Chad in Ethiopia

The Ambassadors of Equatorial Guinea and Chad accredited to Ethiopia and Representatives to the African Union met on Wednesday to review the framework of relations between the two countries.
Crisantos Obama Ondo and Mahamat Ali Hasan have spoken in one of the rooms of the chancellery of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Addis Ababa, to review the existing relations of friendship and cooperation between Malabo and N’Djamena.
And after highlighting the excellent climate of these relations, the two diplomats expressed the desire to strengthen them, considering the comparative advantages of the two nations for the benefit of both brotherly peoples.
The ambassadors recognised that the two countries, Equatorial Guinea and Chad, share the same community space, as well as the same socio-economic, peace and security challenges, which is why consultation meetings are necessary to address various issues of common interest, and to establish strategic positions, both bilaterally and multilaterally.
The meeting also provided an opportunity for Obama Ondo and Mahamat Ali to discuss political issues in Africa, as well as the global challenges of peace and security, notably the resurgence of terrorism, extremism and maritime piracy in the Lake Chad region, the Sahel, North and Horn of Africa, as well as the Gulf of Guinea.
Also highlighting the worrying peace and security situation on the African continent, the two diplomats regretted that the UN Security Council does not accord the same level of attention to African problems as it does to those of other regions of the world.
After this meeting, Obama Ondo then met with Nigerian writer Baye Fulani, a promoter of peace actions in the world, with whom he discussed the participation of African youth during the launch of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, with a song of encouragement for peace and highlighting eminent figures who promote peace in the world.

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