The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, wanted to dedicate some warm words to the President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, on the occasion of the 53rd anniversary of Independence of Equatorial Guinea, on October 12.
S. E. Mr. President,
On the occasion of the celebration of this memorable date, I would like to send you on behalf of the entire Equatorial Guinean colony residing in the Kingdoms of Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, as well as on behalf of all the personnel involved in this Diplomatic Mission and on my own, all the joy of celebrating another October 12 full of pride for being part of our great nation: the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
Today, on the 53rd anniversary of the Independence of Equatorial Guinea, a solemn and momentous occasion and a glorious day for all our people, I would like to recognize in a particular way His Excellency the effort and incessant work that he develops day after day and that allows us find ourselves today in a privileged setting.
His Excellency’s determination freed Equatorial Guinea from the burden and malaise of the past and allowed the vitality of this young democracy to shine again. Since October 12, 1968, his leadership has laid the foundation upon which our nation’s stability and future developments are built through persistent, comprehensive and structural reform.
Our country is currently adopting an outstanding position on the international scene, raising the recognition and visibility of Equatorial Guinea. Thanks to the guidelines well marked day after day by His Excellency, our Nation advances by leaps and bounds in its process of consolidating strong ties with the rest of the world, demonstrating legitimacy, security and trust, as well as positioning our country as a clear benchmark, both regionally in Africa and internationally.
Therefore, we renew once again our irrevocable commitment to continue collaborating in all work that H.E. entrust us, because we know that it always was, is and will be “FOR A BETTER GUINEA.”
Carmelo NVONO NCÁ