The Counselor-Charge d’Affaires of the Diplomatic Mission of Equatorial Guinea, accredited to the Government of the Republic of Congo Hermenegildo Madiba Bolopa, has stamped his signature on the book of condolence opened at the Embassy of Chad, following the sudden death of The former president of this country, Idris Déby Itno, who died on April 20 of this year, as a result of the injuries suffered in the confrontation that took place in the north of the country between the army and the rebels. Upon his arrival at the Chadian Foreign Ministry, Hermenegildo Madiba Bolopa was received by the country’s ambassador, accredited to the government of Brazzaville, where the Equatorial Guinean diplomat expressed his condolences to the Chadian people and government for the sudden death of the president of the republic. and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Idris Déby Itno, an event that occurred on April 20 in a confrontation in the north of the country between the army and the rebels.
Wrapped up with his collaborators and the Chadian colony residing in Brazzaville, the Chadian ambassador thanked the council in charge of affairs of the diplomatic mission of Equatorial Guinea for having deigned to sign the book of condolences opened by this diplomatic mission, as a result of the death of an illustrious son of the country. It should be noted that 69-year-old Marshal Idris Déby Itno died on April 20, the announcement of his death comes a day after having announced the provisional results of the presidential elections held on April 11 that owe a victory to Idris Béby Itno for a sixth term and four days of posts having attended the solemn inauguration ceremony of the re-elected president of Congo-Brazzaville.