The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with his Cameroonian counterpart, Daniel Evina Abe’e, to clarify the latest migration problems and inform him of the measures adopted by the Government of Equatorial Guinea in the face of the large presence in the country of undocumented Cameroonians in an irregular situation.
Nvono-Ncá has taken advantage of this important meeting, held at the Diplomatic Mission of Cameroon in the Belgian capital, to communicate to the Ambassador of Cameroon, who is also the dean of the African Ambassadors in Belgium, that President Obiang’s policy is totally pan-Africanist, based primarily on protecting Africans and prioritizing them within the continent. “At no time are expulsions considered as a solution to migration problems for non-legal residents in the territory of Equatorial Guinea”, said Ambassador Nvono-Ncá.
At no time are expulsions considered as a solution for non-legal residents in the territory of Equatorial Guinea.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
Likewise, Nvono-Ncá has reiterated that President Obiang, in one of his speeches at the last congress of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE), alluded to this issue, stating that foreigners legally residing in Equatorial Guinea have the same rights and obligations of Equatorial Guinean citizens. For this reason, Nvono-Ncá informed his counterpart that the Government of Equatorial Guinea has stipulated three months for foreigners who need it to regularize their situation, in order to adapt to the country’s regulations.