The President of the Chamber of Deputies discussed cooperation with the Ambassador of Egypt in Malabo

The President of the Chamber of Deputies of Equatorial Guinea, Gaudencio Mohaba Messu, has granted an audience to the Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt, accredited in the country, Haddad El Gohary, with whom he discussed the need to establish collaborative relations between the Parliaments of the two countries. Through the creation of friendship groups, the exchange of visits and the exchange of experiences in legislative matters.
This is the first meeting between the two personalities since the arrival of the Egyptian diplomat in Malabo 11 months ago and Haddad El Gohary has highlighted the excellent relations of friendship and cooperation that exist between Egypt and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, promoted by their respective Heads of State, while expressing his admiration for our country and its political stability.
He also informed the President of the Chamber of Deputies about the accumulated parliamentary experience that his country has, which can serve the National Parliament in the defence of the interests of regional and their respective peoples, through the instrument of parliamentary diplomacy.
Gaudencio Mohaba Messu also highlighted the excellent relations between Malabo and Cairo and welcomed the proposals made by the Egyptian ambassador, whom he informed of the composition and functioning of his parliamentary institution.
Egypt and Equatorial Guinea have bicameral parliaments, with similarities in their functioning and with the exchange of experiences great objectives could be achieved, as indicated by the two personalities, in this audience held in the presence of the two Members and the First Secretary of the Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies, Isabel Eraul Ivina, Francisco Asumu Bikuy and Amancio Mitogo Nze Afang, respectively.
The meeting concluded with the presentation of institutional gifts to the Egyptian diplomat, consisting of diaries that tell the history of the Chamber of Deputies and finally Haddad El Gohary signed the visitors’ book of the parliamentary institution.