The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, continues with his round of contacts through European capitals to expose the outrage suffered by Equatorial Guinean society at the brutal murder of the CI party, which caused the death of a law enforcement officer and national security. This time it was the turn of the Bolivian Embassy.
Specifically, Nvono-Ncá has met with his Bolivian counterpart, Ambassador Valeria Denisse Vilaseca Chumacero. Both diplomats agreed that these types of incidents, such as the murder of the CI party, are matters that must be resolved internally through national legal mechanisms. In this sense, the Ambassador in Brussels expressed that he still does not understand how a group of people can barricade themselves in a building to resist an order from the prosecution. Much less, said Nvono-Ncá, can it be understood that “they responded with violence against the police forces, thus causing the death of an agent.”
We all have to show solidarity with the widow and the family that has been orphaned and ask the justice system to protect and guarantee the rule of law in our country.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
“We all have to show solidarity with the widow and the family that has been orphaned and ask the justice system to protect and guarantee the rule of law in our country,” the Ambassador concluded. The fruitful meeting ended with the encouragement of Ambassador Vilaseca, wishing that the pre-electoral environment in Equatorial Guinea stabilizes and the elections take place completely normally.