The Brussels-based Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea, Carmelo Nvono Ncá, has attended an important debate, organized by the Permanent Representation of the International Organization of The Francophonie in the Belgian capital. Discussions mainly raised new EU initiatives in matters of security and defense.

Important political and diplomatic  personalities in Brussels have participated in this debate, as is the case of Federico Santopinto, head of the research department in the Research and Information Group on Peace and Security (GRIP), with who Nvono-Ncá had a conversation. On the other hand, Arnaud Migoux, Head of the Security and Defense sector of the European External Action Service (EEAS), of the European Commission also attended the meeting.

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