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Equatorial Guinea President visits

By Vision Reporter

Added 26th April 2017 04:13 PM

He was welcomed at Entebbe International Airport by the foreign affairs minister, Sam Kutesa.

Equatorial Guinea President visits

He was welcomed at Entebbe International Airport by the foreign affairs minister, Sam Kutesa.

 Equatorial Guinea President, Obiang Nguema inspecting a UPDF guard of honour.

Equatorial Guinea President, Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, has arrived for a two-day state visit to Uganda.

He was welcomed at Entebbe International Airport by the foreign affairs minister, Sam Kutesa.

quatorial uinea resident biang guema right welocmed by minister am utesa Equatorial Guinea President, Obiang Nguema (right) welocmed by minister Sam Kutesa
 

During the visit, Obiang and President Yoweri Museveni are expected to hold bilateral talks - ranging from investment, regional politics, trade and military cooperation.

 

The Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) training team is currently deployed in Equatorial Guinea.

 

Obiang, who has been invited by Museveni, will arrive at Entebbe International Airport on Wednesday afternoon.

 

Obiang's visit also signifies the solid relations between Kampala and Malabo that have been fermented over time.

iniser of oreign ffairs and ooperation quatorial uinea gapito okuyleft and am uteesa inister of oreign ffairs ganda after signing an  during the visit of  eodoro biang at tate ouse ntebbe Miniser of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Equatorial Guinea, Agapito Mokuy(left) and Sam Kuteesa, Minister of Foreign Affairs Uganda after signing an MOU during the visit of H.E Teodoro Obiang at State House Entebbe.

 

During the commemoration of the 26th National Resistance Movement (NRM) day in 2012, Obiang was awarded the medal of Grand Master by Museveni for his work towards stability, peace and progress of Equatorial Guinea and Africa.

 

Obiang, who is the longest serving President in the world, captured power in 1979.

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