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European Economic Community
June 15, 1984

Agreement between the European Economic Community and the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea on fishing off the coast of Equatorial Guinea. The purpose of this Agreement is to establish the principles and rules which will in future govern, in all respects, the fishing activities of vessels flying the flags of Member States of the Community, hereinafter referred to as ʺCommunity vesselsʺ, in the waters over which Equatorial Guinea has sovereignty or jurisdiction in respect of fisheries, hereinafter referred to as ʺEquatorial Guinea's fishing zoneʺ.

Government of Equatorial Guinea
May 2, 1998

Investment incentive agreement between the Government of the United States and the Government of Equatorial Guinea

Government of Equatorial Guinea
January 1, 1901

Treaty signed by the International Development Association and the Government of Equatorial Guinea extending credit to undertake a highway project

Government of Equatorial Guinea
January 10, 1901

Law enforcing copyrights, intellectual property rights, and other related rights

Government of Equatorial Guinea
May 3, 1987

This Decree-Law provides that a buyer may become the owner of abandoned land by paying 10% of the land price to the Government of Equatorial Guinea. The buyer is required to present and carry out a five-year plan for cultivation and may not sell the land to a third person. If these conditions are not fulfilled, the land must be returned to the State, which will then distribute the land to villages.

Francisco Martos Ávila
January 1, 1944

An index of legislature in Spanish Guinea in 1944

Egypt, UN, Group of African States
April 5, 2002

The Economic and Social Council, taking note of Commission on Human Rights resolution 2002/11 of 19 April 2002, endorses the decision of the Commission to end the mandate of the Special Representative of the Commission to monitor the situation of human rights in Equatorial Guinea.
The Council also endorses the decision of the Commission to examine the question of technical assistance to Equatorial Guinea in the field of human rights at its fifty-ninth session
under the agenda item entitled “Advisory services and technical cooperation in the field of human rights”.

European Union
June 17, 2004

The European Union welcomes the forthcoming opening of the new Parliament of Equatorial Guinea after the holding of Parliamentary and Municipal elections last April 25th. The European Union believes that the process leading to the opening of the new Parliamentary session contains both positive and negative aspects which the new Government should consider in the future...

European Union
December 18, 2002

The EU is concerned about the internal situation in Equatorial Guinea with regard to the democratisation process. In particular the EU regrets the way the elections were handled on 15 December 2002. The EU considers that the opposition was not represented in the elections in an appropriate way and regrets that opposition leaders remain convicted and in custody, or in exile...

June 10, 2002

The EU is deeply concerned at the deterioration in the political situation and in human rights in Equatorial Guinea in recent weeks, which have seen many people, including leaders of opposition political parties, taken into custody, and have culminated in the recent trial of detainees in Malabo. These events represent a retreat on the part of the authorities of Equatorial Guinea from the progress made with the rule of law and observance of human rights...

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