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Cablegate: Equatorial Guinea: Au Summit Participation

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AF/RSA ATTENTION RYAN BOWLES AND LAURA GRIESMER

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SUBJECT: EQUATORIAL GUINEA: AU SUMMIT PARTICIPATION

REF: STATE 03353

1. MFA Director General of International Organizations Angel
Mokara Moleila informed Poloff on 22 January that Equatorial
Guinea's delegation to the AU Summit will consist of:

--President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
--Minister of Foreign Affairs Pastor Micha Ondo Bile
--MFA Vice Minister Eustaquio Nseng Esono
--Secretary of State for Consular Affairs Esperanza Gertrudis
Davies Eiso
--Minister of State in Charge of Missions at the Presidency
Alejandro Evuna Owono Asangono
--Minister in Charge of the Civil Cabinet of the President
Braulio Ncogo Abegue
--Equatorial Guinea's Ambassador to Ethiopia Dr. Ruben Maye
--MFA Director General of International Organizations Angel
Mokara Moleila
--and three unnamed presidential advisers.

2. The Presidential Delegation will depart Malabo on January 30
and most likely stay at the Hilton Hotel in Addis Ababa; the
Ministerial Delegation, led by Ms Davies Eiso, will depart
Malabo on January 24 and most likely stay at the
Intercontinental Hotel.

3. Point of contact in Addis Ababa is Mr. Mokara at +240 275919
or +240 596959.

CHISHOLM

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