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On Thursday, February 29, the Portuguese diplomat, Pedro Lourtie, held a courtesy meeting with the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea accredited to the Kingdom of Belgium, Miguel Oyono Ndong Mifumu. In this meeting, which was attended by the Second Secretary of the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Beatriz Obama Mbengono, the Portuguese diplomat expressed his congratulations to the African country for the recent abolition of the death penalty.

The interaction between both diplomats revolved around the significant measure adopted by Equatorial Guinea, which has been described as progress towards the effective and efficient materialization of the rule of law in the country. In addition to congratulating him on the abolition of the death penalty, Pedro Lourtie took the opportunity to express his gratitude to Ambassador Oyono Ndong Mifumu for this first hearing, in which they had the opportunity to meet personally.

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Beyond the abolition of the death penalty

During the conversation, Ambassador Oyono Ndong Mifumu highlighted the importance of maintaining and strengthening friendly and cooperative relations between Portugal and Equatorial Guinea. Likewise, he highlighted the relevance of continuing to implement the existing agreements between the European Union and Equatorial Guinea in key areas such as fishing, environmental protection and governance.

This meeting between diplomatic representatives reflects the mutual commitment to promoting cooperation and dialogue between countries and regions, laying the foundations for future collaborations for the benefit of both parties.

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