Holiday Security Reminder

The U.S. Embassy encourages U.S. citizens to maintain a high level of vigilance and bolster their personal security on and around the Equatoguinean public holidays of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. The U.S. Embassy advises all U.S. citizens to be particularly vigilant around places of worship; locations where large crowds may gather; government facilities; ...
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Message for U.S. Citizens: Embassy landline is operational

The U.S. Embassy in Malabo informs U.S. citizens that the landline phones at the Embassy are currently operational.  Emergencies after hours regarding U.S. citizens should be directed to the duty cell phone number at +240 555 516 008. For further information: See the State Department’s travel website for the Worldwide Caution , Travel Warnings, Travel Alerts, and Equatorial Guinea Country Specific Information. Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program ( STEP ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: EG Legislative Elections on November 12, 2017

The U.S. Embassy in Malabo informs U.S. citizens of upcoming legislative elections scheduled for November 12, 2017.  Regional electoral districts in Equatorial Guinea include: Bata, Mbini, Ebebiyin, Mongomo, Rebola, Luba, Moeri, Baneye, Riaba, Moka, Ureka, and Downtown Malabo. Equatoguinean authorities are likely to increase security throughout the country during the electoral period.  There is presently ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Recall of Tainted Imported Liquor Products

The U.S. Embassy alerts U.S. citizens that the Equatorial Guinean government has found toxic substances in liquor products imported from India.  Specifically, two brands of liquor, Goldach and Crown Black, were found to be adulterated and possibly contain methanol instead of ethanol.  These brands have been removed from local stores and are not supposed to ...
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