Equatorial Guinea’s Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration represented President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo at the 6th Extraordinary Summit of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) to discuss the ongoing conflict in the Central African Republic.
The Summit was held in N’Djamena, Chad and focused on finding solutions to the political, economic and social instability that plagues the Central African Republic. After thorough deliberation among the participating Heads of States, several initiatives were proposed to bring peace to the country at the end of the summit.
Equatorial Guinea’s delegation included the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Agapito Mba Mokuy, Minister of State for the Presidency of the Republic for Regional Integration, Baltasar Engonga Edjo, and the Delegate Minister of the Presidency of the Republic for External Secutiry, Juan Antonio Bibang Nchuchuma.
In a final statement, the Secretary-General of the ECCAS said that the President of the Central African Republic, H.E. Michel Am Nondokro Djotodia and his Prime Minister should resign. According to the ECCAS participants, this would help promote peace and find solutions to the various problems within the country.
ECCAS members are working together in solidarity to help stimulate economic stability within the region and improved living standards, beginning with the Central African Republic.