After a few weeks of high-level meetings by the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, this time it was the turn of the Ambassador of the Permanent Mission of Spain to the European Union, Marcos Alonso Alonso, in his line of strengthening relations with Spain.
At the meeting, both diplomats addressed the issue of the joint European Union-African Union Summit, which took place on February 17 and 18 in Brussels, and agreed that Equatorial Guinea and Spain should take advantage of these meetings to continue strengthening relations between Malabo and Madrid.
We want Spain to continue playing the role of international observer in the Elections in Equatorial Guinea.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
In addition to the European Union-African Union Summit, Nvono-Ncá also addressed the issue of relations with Spain and the upcoming legislative and presidential elections that Equatorial Guinea will organize shortly. Nvono-Ncá thanked the neutral and respectful role that Spain has always played as an observer in the elections in Equatorial Guinea and expressed his wish that it continue to play this role, without interfering in the country’s internal affairs because, as he stated, “these are matters that only they concern the Guineans.”