Carmelo Nvono-Ncá Día de la Independencia de Guinea Ecuatorial

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, the OPCW, the IMO and the OEACP we address Your Excellency, as well as to all your distinguished family, to wish you a Merry Christmas and to convey our best wishes in this new year 2022 that will begin in just a few days. We hope that the year that begins will bring you Prosperity, Peace and Well-being.

This 2021 has not been at all a year that we will forget easily. The tragic accident in Bata, by which a series of four explosions in an army barracks sowed chaos in our country, has been a blow to the whole of our Nation and has required, once again, a tremendous effort on the part of His Excellency for its management. Likewise, the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to ravage the world and is a great challenge that is making Equatorial Guinea’s path towards evolution and progress even more rugged, already complicated and never exempt from complications and interferences.

A situation of extreme complication that could not have been controlled without the management of his Excellency, allowing Equatorial Guinea to continue being a model to follow within the African panorama.

I would like to say goodbye wishing you once again Merry Christmas and remembering that these Holidays are the most propitious time of year for the exchange of friendship, affection and respect in family and friends, making them recipients of our affection. Thus, I pray that God’s blessing of health, peace, harmony, happiness and well-being reaches his Excellency, his family and the entire People of Equatorial Guinea in the year 2022.

Carmelo Nvono-Ncá.

Festivity | Government

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