Equatorial Guinea

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Synonyms for Equatorial Guinea

a country of west central Africa (including islands in the Gulf of Guinea)

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A surging Dia run that ended with a superb clearing tackle from Laurence Doe signalled the intent of the Lions and Cisse came close when his close-range lob was tipped over by the Equatoguinean goalkeeper.
Since oil was discovered in 1995, President Teodoro Obiang's family and close associates have grown fabulously wealthy, while the majority of Equatoguineans remain mired in poverty.
Summary: Equatoguinean President, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, has expressed "his support to the Moroccan sovereignty over the Sahara" and reiterated "the strong and constant support" of his country to Morocco to achieve a peaceful and lasting settlement of this conflict, under Morocco's territorial integrity and national sovereignty.
No action was taken against the missionary due to the intercession of his Equatoguinean colleagues who asked the Mayor to excuse the missionary's behavior.
The Equatorial Guinea Oil and Gas Report provides professionals, consultancies, government departments, regulatory bodies and researchers with independent forecasts and competitive intelligence on the Equatoguinean oil and gas industry.
Other approved resolutions were to urge the Government to put all the means to fight against unemployment and to guarantee work for the young people, and that of reinforcing the support for Equatoguinean women.
Equatorial Guinea has partnered with universities in Africa, Latin America, Europe, Asia to bring professors to the country and send Equatoguinean professors abroad for training and higher education.
The oil and gas that drives the Equatoguinean economy comes from three main fields: Alba, Ceiba and Zafiro, all of which are located offshore.
The launch featured performances from leading Equatoguinean musicians, traditional dancing, and an exhibition of painting and sculpture.
During the presentation, Perrial Jean Nyodog, Director General of Tradex, dedicated to the distribution of gasoil in vessels, oil platforms and industries of high consumption, began his speech by expressing his appreciation for the presence of the attendees: Today we have met to inscribe a new chapter of development in the activities of our company in Equatorial Guinea, which began in the year 2014, when Tradex began to participate actively, accompanying the Equatoguinean company Lotec in the port of Luba, by means of a collaboration contract signed for the supply of oil products.
She said that the country had only one Equatoguinean doctor when it gained independence in 1968.
Too much Equatoguinean land is degraded and acidic but fertilisers can help to increase yields on existing arable land and also bring more land into production.
Nationality: Noun--Equatorial Guinean(s), Equatoguinean(s) Adjective--Equatorial Guinean, Equatoguinean.
The closing session of the joint commission was co-chaired by Moroccan and Equatoguinean foreign Ministers, Taib Fassi Fihri and Pastor Micha Ondo Bile respectively.
The head of the trade ministry urged those present to definitively abandon these bad practices, which can harm the health of the Equatoguinean citizens.