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Equatorial Guinea
Republic of Equatorial Guinea

Overview

  • Establishment of Diplomatic Relations : September 14, 1979
  • Bilateral Trade(2018)
    • Exports : $ 1 million
    • Imports : $  266 million
  • Number of Koreans living in Equatorial Guinea(2018 Mar) : 100
  • High-level Exchanges
    • From the ROK to Equatorial Guinea
      • 1981   JanuarySpecial Envoy of the President Lee Jung-oh
      • 2000   MayAmbassador to Gabon Kang Sun-yong
      • 2002   MayAmbassador to Gabon Oh Sang-shik
      • 2006   AugustVice Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy Lee Won-kul
      • 2007   JulyMinister of Construction and Transport Lee Yong-seob
      • 2010   MayDeputy Prime Minister Park Young-joon
      • 2016   SeptemberDirector General for African and Middle Eastern Affairs Kwon Hee-seok
    • From Equatorial Guinea to the ROKs
      • 1980   AugustSecretary of State for National Security Julio Ndong Ela Mangue
      • 1985   JuneMinister of Foreign Affairs
      • 1988   FebruaryMinister of Health Sisimio
      • 2004   NovemberDeputy Minister for Infrastructure and Urbanization Ebiaca Mbete, Minister of Mines, Industry and Energy Nguema Lima
      • 2006   JulyMinister of Finance and Budget Owono Edu, Minister of Foreign Affairs Micha Ondo Bile
      • 2007   AprilMinister of Mines, Industry and Energy Atanasio Ela Ntugu Nsa
      • 2010   JuneMinister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Francophone Affairs
      • 2010   JuneVice Minister of Mines, Industry and Energy Nguema Lima
      • 2010   AugustPresident Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
      • 2011   FebruaryMinister of Agriculture and Forestry Nguema Obiang Mangue
      • 2012   OctoberVice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Nchama
      • 2012   OctoberMinister of Energy Obiang
      • 2014   DecemberAssistant Minister for Planning and Coordination Micha, Director-General for Asian and Australian Affairs Gaspar
      • 2015   AprilPresident and First Lady Obiang
      • 2016   NovemberUnder Secretary of State Domingo Mituy
      • 2017   AprilMinister of Education and Science, Jesus Engonga

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