Agente Corte Internacional de Justicia

The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, wished, as he has been doing every year, a Merry Christmas to President Obiang, to his entire family, as well as to the entire people of Equatorial Guinea.

S. E. Mr. President,

From the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea to the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Kingdom of Denmark, the European Institutions and the OPCW, we address Your Excellency, as well as all your distinguished family, in these Christmas holidays to convey our best wishes for the new year 2023 and a Merry Christmas. We hope that the coming year brings you Prosperity, Peace and Well-being.

This 2022 has been a year that will undoubtedly not go by indifferent to the history of Equatorial Guinea: the year in which his Excellency has been reaffirmed by a large majority as the best candidate to ensure the progress and prosperity of our nation. In his long journey as President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, not without complications, he has achieved in an exemplary manner that our country takes great steps towards unprecedented evolution and development. Equatorial Guinea has become a model to follow within the African scene.

With all certainty, the year 2023 will once again be tremendously demanding for all of us, but without a doubt, thanks to the effort made by Your Excellency, and whose example we follow from this Diplomatic Mission, the rewards will come in the form of more growth, development, security and stability. . From the Chancellery of the capital of Europe we wish to reaffirm our commitment to continue, in the coming year, making Equatorial Guinea a better country.

With all this, I pray that God’s blessing of health, peace, harmony, happiness and well-being reaches his Excellency, his family and all the People of Equatorial Guinea in the year 2023. Merry Christmas.

Carmelo Nvono-Ncá

Festivity | Government

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