The Republic of Equatorial Guinea has continued its investment of resources in the country as the city of Malabo prepares to open new infrastructure works this month.
The infrastructure works include key structures to spur the country’s economy, such as a new headquarters for the international oil company Exxon Mobil.
The President and the government of Equatorial Guinea have placed a priority on internal investment of resources, which has driven major transformations in the country over the past two decades.
Equatorial Guinea has achieved significant international milestones in literacy, healthcare services, education, and infrastructure development.
Equatorial Guinea is now a beacon of peace, stability, and economic growth in Africa. On the international stage, Equatorial Guinea has hosted important gatherings at its state-of-the-art facilities, including two African Union Summits, the South America-Africa Summit, the 4th Annual Arab-Africa Summit, the Turkey-Africa Summit, the Ebola Donor Conference, and many more.