by José Enzeñ Obiang and Ester Mbomio Lagar
After several negotiations carried out by the Member States based on the critical situation registered in the last moments in Syria, where the civilian population, women and children, have been the victims as a result of the clashes, the meeting number 8188 of an urgent nature held by the Security Council, has allowed the presidency to introduce the preliminary treaties to the object of the meeting, and open the sequence of votes so that the five permanent and non-permanent members, proceed to decide the immediate future of Syria . Where the success of everyone has been recorded, voting unanimously in favor of the ceasefire immediately, which will help normalize the situation in the area.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea, which has once again been an active participant in the debates that have been taking place at UN Headquarters, had already pointed out the urgent need for dialogue as a clear alternative for the exit from the crisis in that country, through the speeches delivered by their Ambassadors.
Precisely Anatolio Ndong Mba, Job Obiang Esono Mbengono, Amparo Mele Colifa, Ministers Counselors, Councilors as well as the staff in general, have responded present at the meeting characterized by intense negotiations, in compliance with the proposal made by our country to Serve the world , in favor of peace and stability.
After the Votes, the Permanent Mission of Equatorial Guinea has spoken at the time of the speeches, welcoming the adoption of the resolution for the Ceasefire in Syria, and then appealing to the United Nations and the parties involved in it. conflict, so that they do everything necessary to save human lives, thus alleviating the long sufferings of the population. "An embarrassment that all members of the Security Council will be totally saved if the ceasefire effectively takes effect soon, and humanitarian aid begins to reach the affected population in the coming days," our country has considered.
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