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March 14, 2021

Closing of the book of condolences in the wake of the explosions at the Nkoatoma military barracks.

After completing the three days established by the government of Equatorial Guinea for the devastating incident that devastated the city of Bata on March 7 of this year, causing loss of human life and considerable material damage. The diplomatic mission of Equatorial Guinea accredited in the Republic of Congo has closed its book of condolences this Friday. To show solidarity with the people and the government of Equatorial Guinea in their last national mourning decreed by the presidency of the Republic for the explosions at the Nkoatoma military barracks, they have approached the Equatorial Guinean Foreign Ministry on this last day to stamp their rubrics in the book. of condolence authorized on the occasion the Ambassador of France François Barateau, that of Cameroon Lazare Mpouel Bala as well as the ambassadors of Senegal, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Mauritania and Algeria, while the Congolese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Mission Diplomatica de USA have been represented by senior officials of each institution. All united as one person have expressed condolences to the people and government of Malabo for the 7M incident, while invoking the almighty so that the deceased can enjoy their eternal glory. For this last day of national mourning, Hermenegildo Madiba Bolopa Counselor of this diplomatic mission has been the personality who accompanied the illustrious visitors to sign the book of condolences.

Embassy of the Republic of Ecuatorial Guinea in Congo Brazzaville