Equatorial Guinea rejects UK “unilateral and illegal” sanctions

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In a “rejection statement” posted today on the social networking site Facebook, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Equatorial Guinea’s Cooperation expressed “strong rejection” of the government’s “legally unsubstantiated” sanctions and demanded that they be raised “soon”. Understanding sanctions – which include travel bans and property freezes – is a “friendly gesture” by the British government.

According to the document, Theodore Mangu “never invested in the United Kingdom”, as well as “there is no legal action for any reason in the United Kingdom or Equatorial Guinea, there is very little misuse of public funds”.

“The unsubstantiated sanctions imposed by the British government are manipulating some NGOs against the good image of Ecuadorian Guinea and its legitimate representatives, and their justification for lies and bad attempts. He notes.

The ministry warns that the international community representing “these maneuvers” in violation of international law and the United Nations Charter is “in danger,” creating a hostile environment against other states.

Theodore Obiang Mangu, 53, was convicted of embezzling state funds and embezzling personal bank accounts, making corrupt deals and soliciting bribes.

According to the British government, “Theodore’s lavish lifestyle, as he was known,” did not match his official salary as a government minister “.

In addition to the $ 100 million (currently $ 85 million in transaction) mansion and $ 38 million ($ 32 million) private jet in Paris, he would have bought a luxury yacht, Ferraris, Pendilis and Aston Martins and dozens of luxury cars. The collection, owned by singer Michael Jackson, features a $ 275,000 glove coated with crystals used on the “Bad” album tour.

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In February 2020, Theodore Obiang was sentenced to three years in prison and fined அரசுக்கு 30 million by the French government for improperly acquiring substantial assets in France with money taken from Kionia’s treasures.

The African nation, a member of the Portuguese Language Countries Association (CPLP), is led by 79-year-old Theodoro Obiang, who has ruled for 42 years from 1979.

According to French justice, the judges estimate the money laundering in the order of 160 million euros.

In Switzerland, its 25 large-capacity cars were confiscated and sold for $ 21 million, after which they were donated to a community relief program in Equatorial Guinea.

Others added today to the UK’s list of financial sanctions include Zimbabwean businessman Gudgawache Regiment Daguerre, whose treasury speculation has provoked a currency crisis in the country. -Sultan.

Colombian Alex Chap, considered a leading figure in Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, has been detained in Cape Verde since last year on suspicion of embezzling $ 350 million (29 295 million) to pay for corruption. By the President of Venezuela through the US Financial System.

Saab was returning from a trip to Iran on behalf of Venezuela as a “special envoy” and with a diplomatic passport, at the height of the Kovit-19 epidemic.

Sanctions include a freeze on assets and travel to the country, as previously used by 22 leaders and others in countries such as Russia, South Africa, South Sudan and Latin America.

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