Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Equatorial Guinea's Ambassador to the United States discusses development in Equatorial Guinea

In an interview, Equatorial Guinea's Ambassador to the United States, Ruben Maye Nsue Mangue, discusses his country's development over the years. He focuses specifically on how the nation has expanded its economy, infrastructure and human resources.

While talking about the country’s development, Nsue Mangue said, “The only export we were producing in 1960, 70, including 80, was only cocoa and coffee and timber. In 1992, we discovered oil and since 1992, we have been exporting our petroleum and gas and our economy has been expanded.”

Ambassador Nsue Mangue talked about Equatorial Guinea’s infrastructure development. “We have developed infrastructure, we have built hospitals, education institution centers. We have built roads across the country.”

He concluded by discussing the country’s social development, “Our country also has developed human resources by providing scholarships to our students to the United States and to other many countries.”