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          GPU condemns attack on GRTS News Crew by ‘ARPC Security and Supporters      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Sunday August 05: Fajara: The Gambia Press Union (GPU) hereby condemns, in the strongest terms, the attack on Saturday on GRTS News Crew during funeral proceedings of late Asombi Bojang, the mother of exiled ex-president, Yaya Jammeh. Asombi Bojang passed on last week in Equatorial Guinea where she followed her son into exile in January 2017. Her body [...]

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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2 JULY 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE : NIR
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          Political infighting is choking efforts to reveal kleptocrats and terrorists using US real estate to wash dirty money      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Malibu mansion and Gulfstream jet were seized from the playboy son of the president of Equatorial Guinea, who pilfered hundreds of millions of dollars from his starving country. Authorities retrieved $100 million from a bank used by Hezbollah to wash money from drug trafficking. And a foreign not-for-profit is facing charges that it helped Iran evade sanctions by secretly investing in a Manhattan skyscraper. In each case, American shell companies masked the true identities behind […]
          Political infighting is choking efforts to reveal kleptocrats and terrorists using U.S. real estate to wash dirty money      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Malibu mansion and Gulfstream jet were seized from the playboy son of the president of Equatorial Guinea, who pilfered hundreds of millions of dollars from his starving country. Authorities retrieved $100 million from a bank used by Hezbollah to wash money from drug trafficking. And a foreign not-for-profit is facing charges that it helped Iran evade sanctions by secretly investing in a Manhattan skyscraper. In each case, American shell companies masked the true identities behind ... [more]
          Equatorial Guinea Prepares for COP24      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea, through its Secretary of State, Charged with the Environment, and the Director General for Environmental Conservation, prepared the country for the upcoming Conference of the Parties (COP)24 under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Equatorial Guinea reviewed the commitments made at COP23, which was held in Bonn, Germany by the Republic of Fiji, who holds the presidency, in regards to the processes of mitigation and adaptation to fight climate change on a global scale.

The Director General also highlighted the importance of understanding and building resilience against the impact of climate change on coastal communities and small island states.

Equatorial Guinea is strongly committed to the fight against climate change. The country recently reiterated its commitment to the conservation of its forests, in line with the country’s Horizon 2020 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and is focused on the sustainable use of forests for the benefit of all Equatoguineans in the fight against climate change and for the promotion of gender equality.

Equatorial Guinea is strongly committed to sustainable development in Africa. Equatorial Guinea has created a national plan to fight oil spillages and protect natural areas, highlighted the importance of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) at the Development Bank of Central African States (BDEAC), forest conservation, and the environment as part of the creation and implementation of its sustainable economic development model for the reduction of poverty.


In addition to the fight against climate change, Equatorial Guinea works closely with numerous international organizations on a number of development projects, including the eradication of hunger in Africa by 2025, in line with the country’s Sustainable Development Goals under the Horizon 2020 program.

          Political infighting is choking efforts to reveal kleptocrats and terrorists using U.S. real estate to wash dirty money      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Malibu mansion and Gulfstream jet were seized from the playboy son of the president of Equatorial Guinea, who pilfered hundreds of millions of dollars from his starving country. Authorities retrieved $100 million from a bank used by Hezbollah to wash money from drug trafficking. And a foreign not-for-profit is facing charges that it helped Iran evade sanctions by secretly investing in a Manhattan skyscraper. In each case, American shell companies masked the true identities behind ... [more]
          Political infighting is choking efforts to reveal kleptocrats and terrorists using U.S. real estate to wash dirty money      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Malibu mansion and Gulfstream jet were seized from the playboy son of the president of Equatorial Guinea, who pilfered hundreds of millions of dollars from his starving country. Authorities retrieved $100 million from a bank used by Hezbollah to wash money from drug trafficking. And a foreign not-for-profit is facing charges that it helped Iran evade sanctions by secretly investing in a Manhattan skyscraper. In each case, American shell companies masked the true identities behind ... [more]


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