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Georgia and Equatorial Guinea established diplomatic relations

 

Equatorial Guinea On 23 June 2010, Georgia and Equatorial Guinea signed a joint communiqué on the establishment of diplomatic relations.

Based on the joint communiqué, the establishment of the diplomatic relations serves the interests of the both countries. In their mutual relations the sides will be guided by principles of the respect for the national sovereignty and territorial integrity and non-interference in each other's internal affairs.

In compliance with the international practice of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, the sides sent a joint letter to the UN Secretary General.

From the side of Equatorial Guinea the joint communiqué was signed by Permanent Representative of Saint Vincent to the United Nations Anatoio Ndong Mba and from the side of Georgia - by Permanent Representative of Georgia to UN Alexander Lomaia.

Guatemala is the thirtieth African country, with which Georgia has established diplomatic relations.

In general, in 2010 Georgia established diplomatic relations with 17 states, besides the African states -Botswana, Gambia, Cape Verde, Comoros and Liberia, these are states from Asia and Pacific Rim - Brunei, the Republic of Maldives, Marshall Islands, Fiji and Samoa and Latin American states - Dominican Republic, Paraguay, Peru, Saint Vincent and Saint Lucia.

24 June 2010

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