MALABO, Equatorial Guinea , July 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Equatorial Guinea's Minister of Information, Press and Radio, Agustin Nze Nfumu, and U.S. Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea Mark L. Asquino, recently discussed the possibility of establishing English teaching programs through radio and television.
Ambassador Asquino suggested the English-teaching program during a July 16 meeting with the minister.
The government of Equatorial Guinea has made steady efforts to improve training and increase employment for its citizens. "Cooperation in the audiovisual media should include the training of the Equatorial Guinean staff," said Minister Nze Nfumu.
During the meeting, Minister Nze Nfumu and Ambassador Asquino also discussed about the possibility of signing cooperation agreements between Equatorial Guinean television and the U.S. channel Voice of America.
Equatorial Guinea and the U.S. have enjoyed good bilateral relations and the continuous collaboration between them shows how the West African nation's government is dedicated to improve education and the standard of living in the country.
About Equatorial Guinea
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Republica de Guinea Ecuatorial) is the only Spanish-speaking country in Africa, and one of the smallest nations on the continent. In the late-1990s, American companies helped discover the country's oil and natural gas resources, which only within the last five years began contributing to the global energy supply. ="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50152514@N07/" target="_blank">Equatorial Guinea is now working to serve as a pillar of stability and security in its region of West Central Africa. The country hosted the 2011 Summit of the African Union. For more information, visit http://www.guineaecuatorialpress.com.
SOURCE Republic of Equatorial Guinea