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United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means.
Barack Obama
January 13, 2010

Message from the President of the United States regarding the generalized system of preferences, which offers duty-free treatment to specified products that are imported from designated beneficiary developing countries. President Obama states that Equatorial Guinea has become a high income country and is therefore no longer eligible for the generalized system of preferences.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
June 14, 2010

An official statement by the government of Equatorial Guinea to UNESCO regarding the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Prize for the Life Sciences. The government suggests that international organizations advocating UNESCO to cancel the prize are motivated by racism and neocolonialism.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
March 8, 2010

The government of Equatorial Guinea's first report produced under the guidelines of the EITI. The document discloses information pertaining to revenue payments made by petroleum companies and revenue payments received by the government, and includes the review comments provided by the independent auditor.

Micha Ondo Bile
September 27, 2010

Speech to the United Nations General Assembly in New York that criticizes the campaign of international organizations against the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Prize for the Life Sciences and extols the good deeds accomplished by President Obiang Nguema and his government.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
June 12, 2010

An official statement by the government of Equatorial Guinea regarding the campaign of international organizations against the Unesco–Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Prize for the Life Sciences.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
June 16, 2010

An official statement by the government of Equatorial Guinea regarding the decision by UNESCO's Director General to postpone a final decision regarding the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Prize for the Life Sciences until UNESCO's October 2010 meeting. The government criticizes the campaign of international organizations against the prize and states that "the name of our country is inseparable from the name of S. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo."

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