The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in the Kingdom of Belgium, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has traveled to the Embassy of Chad in Brussels to sign the book of condolences of the recently deceased Chadian President, Idriss Déby. With his condolences to Chad, Nvono-Ncá wanted to convey all his support to the country in these difficult times.
Just a few days ago, Ambassador Nvono-Ncá traveled to the same Embassy to have a productive meeting with his Chadian counterpart, Mahamat Mamadou Addy. Proving the excellent relations between the two countries, in this meeting Nvono-Ncá placed special emphasis on the need to strengthen the institutions of Central Africa in the face of external challenges.
Unfortunately, days after that meeting, the loss of the president of Chad, who died as a result of injuries sustained while fighting at the head of his troops against a rebel armed group in the north of the country, has had to be mourned. The Chadian president had just been reelected to his post for a sixth term after winning the elections held on April 11 with 79.32% of the votes.