India and Equatorial Guinea signed four agreements including in the field of health. The agreements were signed following delegation level talks. President Kovind had one on one talks with his Equatorial Guinea counterpart. India will assist Equatorial Guinea in agriculture, mining, health, telecommunications and IT. The two countries agreed to work together at UN, where Equatorial Guinea has just begun a two year term on the Security Council.
Both countries reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral ties between the two countries. They agreed to further enhance the bilateral ties in the spirit of South-South Cooperation. They also expressed deep concern over the rising threats of terrorism and called for further strengthening cooperation in fight against terror.
India has offered assistance to set up an Entrepreneurial Development Centre and an English Language Laboratory in Equatorial Guinea. Earlier, President Kovind reached Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea on Saturday night in the first leg of his three nation visit. He was received by his counterpart President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo at the airport, and given a red carpet welcome and military Salute.