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May 11, 2017 Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

May 11, 2017 Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The governments of Equatorial Guinea and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will gather at the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce in Jeddah May 10, 2017 for the first ever Equatorial Guinea-Saudi Arabia Economic Forum. The economic forum seeks to identify investment opportunities and bolster trade ties between the two nations in core economic sectors such as mining, hydrocarbons, agriculture and fisheries.

The Equatorial Guinea-Saudi Arabia Economic Forum capitalizes on the success of the Fourth Arab-Africa Summit, which was organized by the African Union and held in Sipopo, Equatorial Guinea in November 2016 under the patronage of H.E. the President. The summit attracted heads of state and political leaders from the African continent and Middle East

As proud host of the Arab-Africa Summit, Equatorial Guinea has been successfully strengthening ties with the Arab world. In October 2016, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Kuwait regulating bilateral relations between the two countries.





• The forum is created to strengthen diplomatic and economic ties between Equatorial Guinea and Saudi Arabia and enter into investment agreements


• Presentations from top Equatorial Guinea Ministry officials, including H.E. President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons and former Benin President Thomas Boni Yayi


• Key investment prospects on showcase: mining and hydrocarbons, agriculture and forestry, fishing and environment.


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