The Republic of Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to the United States, and the United States Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea, Miguel Ntutumu Evuna Andeme and Julie Furuta-Toy, respectively, have signed a diplomatic agreement in Malabo, which will make it easier for family members of diplomats in the two countries to work.
The agreement deals with the Work Activities of Family Members of Civil Servants. The agreement was signed in Malabo by the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to the United States, Miguel Ntutumu Evuna Andeme, and the United States Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea, Julie Furuta-Toy, representing their respective governments.
This important agreement is a huge achievement in bilateral relations, which will allow the families of accredited diplomatic and consular staff in Malabo and Washington D.C., together with the families of personnel at the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Permanent Mission before the United Nations in New York, to be able to work in the two countries, with the prior authorisation from the Office of Diplomatic Missions for residents in the United States, and from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs for residents in Equatorial Guinea.
Text: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (DGPWIGE)
Photos: The Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in the United States.
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