The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with the President of the Enjeux Group, Kinoss Dossou, to inform him of how these weeks of pre-electoral climate are being experienced in Equatorial Guinea.
Regarding this matter, the Ambassador emphasized that his country is experiencing a situation similar to that experienced by many European countries, when isolated people do not know how to find a way to express their ideas while respecting the law. Bearing in mind that the Enjeux Group will announce in the coming weeks who will be the country chosen to host this I International Automobile Exhibition in Africa, a major event for which Equatorial Guinea is a candidate, Nvono-Ncá asked the Board of Directors of the communication company that “unfounded news in this pre-electoral climate does not harm the possible election of Equatorial Guinea as the organizer of this great event.”
The unfounded news in this pre-electoral climate does not harm the possible election of Equatorial Guinea as the organizer of this great event.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
Ambassador Nvono-Ncá is preparing the arrival in Brussels of the Ministerial Delegation for Industry, headed by Minister Miguel Ekua Ondo, to defend Equatorial Guinea’s candidacy for this unprecedented event in Africa. The final decision of which African country will host this International Automobile Exhibition will be communicated in the Belgian capital on October 14. There are only three countries left in the final phase and Nvono-Ncá is carrying out a fervent campaign to defend the interests of Equatorial Guinea.