The delegation from Equatorial Guinea, headed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simeón Oyono Esono Angüe, has participated in the first and fruitful day of the AU-EU Summit of Heads of State and Government.
On this first day of meetings, European and African leaders have laid the foundations for a renewed and strengthened partnership between the two blocs of countries. In this regard, Charles Michel, President of the European Council, has stated that Europeans now have the opportunity to put into practice a new way of working with Africa. «This AU-EU Summit must be the stage where we seal the renewal of our strategic relationship. We are not gathered here to do “business” as usual».
This AU-EU Summit must be the stage where we seal the renewal of our strategic relationship. We are not gathered here to do “business” as usual.Charles Michel
The Equatoguinean delegation, of which the Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has also been a member, still has tomorrow’s session ahead, in which the participants are expected to adopt a declaration on a joint vision for 2030.