Brussels will host the African Union-European Union Summit on February 17 and 18, which will bring together the 55 Heads of State and Government of Africa and the 27 of the European Union. The staff of the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels is working hard on the preparations.
The need to prepare the reception and the active and effective participation of the high delegation of Equatorial Guinea that will participate in this forum was the backdrop for the meeting that Ambassador Carmelo Nvono-Ncá chaired this Friday at the headquarters of the Embassy of Guinea Equatorial in Brussels. This is a coordination and planning meeting for the next Summit whose work must be matched in compliance with the requirements reflected in the programs that have been sent to the diplomatic missions of the countries that will participate in the African Union-European Union Summit.
Within these parameters, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá has distributed the tasks to all the personnel of the Diplomatic Mission with the instructions to work with the pertinent institutions and structures of both the European Union and the Belgian Government, before, during and after the African Union-European Union Summit. The work of the subcommittees constituted by the Ambassador has already begun to activate the bureaucratic, logistical, accommodation arrangements, among others.
During the meeting, the head of the diplomatic mission informed his collaborators that the organizing committee has established a format that restricts the number of members of all the delegations in the work sessions, which will focus on the topics adopted by the ministers of Foreign Affairs of the two blocs at their last meeting, held three months ago in Kigali, the capital of the Republic of Rwanda.