H. E. Mr. President,
August 3 will always remain a unforgettable date in Equatorial Guinea, and this echoes even stronger this year as it marks the 40 years of the freedoms you have restored, therefore, I would like to send our most sincere congratulations from the Brussels-based diplomatic mission.
On behalf of the Equatorial Guinean communities residing in the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Kingdom of Denmark, and on behalf of the entire team of the Brussels-based diplomatic mission, we would like to wish to His Excellency , to his distinguished family and to all the people of Equatorial Guinea, a happy August 3 of this year 2019. A date which we celebrate restoration of freedom of our people and the end of the First Republic’s domination. Forty years ago, our beloved Homeland succeeded to initiate began a whole trajectory of transcendental and positive changes.
The construction of the current democratic State of Law and Welfare in Equatorial Guinea began forty years ago, a Sovereign Nation thriving in a climate of happiness under the supervision of H.E. and all his collaborators who have been able to induce sustainable changes for all those who were born in Equatorial Guinea, as well as all those who come to our Beloved Homeland following our example of good coexistence.
From the Embassy in Brussels we address these words to H.E. to thank him for the loyalty and security environments in which our country is growing, a peaceful framework made possible thanks to the permanent commitment of our Armed Forces, to which it is necessary to acknowledge the modernization that you have initiated, the continuous training, as well as its specialization and professionalism, without neglecting its permanent effort and incessant hard work, managing to maintain and guarantee the order, security our country enjoys and that many countries yearn for.
May the Will of H.E., together with the blessing of God continue to preserve your well-being the one of your whole family, as well as to the entire People of Equatorial Guinea.
Carmelo NVONO NCÁ