Posicionar Guinea Ecuatorial

Concerning his desire to positioning Equatorial Guinea at the highest level in Europe, especially with regard to the credibility of the political system of Equatorial Guinea, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with the Bulgarian MEP Andrey Kovatchev, active member of the European PP and the International CDI.

Throughout the important meeting, Andrey Kovatchev expressed his recognition of the economic evolution of the African continent. In this context, the Bulgarian MEP highlighted the modernization of the infrastructures of Equatorial Guinea, which allow and facilitate the country to host international meetings at the highest level. Kovatchev took advantage of the occasion to congratulate Equatorial Guinea for the good organization of the African Union Summits organized in Sipopo. On the other hand, the MEP expressed the interest in facilitating the entry of European companies that meet optimal standards in the African continent.

In these 11 years as Ambassador, I have brought the European institutions and some European countries closer to the true reality of the country.

Carmelo Nvono-Ncá

For his part, the Ambassador in Brussels, in addition to positioning Equatorial Guinea, drew attention to the need not to judge Africa from a distance. Likewise, he stressed that the information that is poured freely through the Internet must be handled with more caution, since it is usually unfounded and does not generally coincide with reality.

In fact, positioning Equatorial Guinea is important since the image that existed of the country in 2011 is not the one that exists right now in the European Union environment. “In these 11 years as Ambassador, I have brought the true reality of the country closer to the European institutions and some European countries,” said Nvono-Ncá. For this reason, the recognition that is made from Brussels in relation to the successes of President Obiang is being a constant reality today in the European capital.

Africa | EU | European Parliament

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