The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with Pedro Serrano, Chief of Staff of the High Representative for Foreign Affairs of the EU, Josep Borrell, to discuss the important issue of security of the Gulf of Guinea.
The increase in piracy and organized crime in the Gulf of Guinea, a very busy maritime zone that is tremendously rich in resources, is causing concern among the Equatorial Guinean authorities. For this reason, Nvono-Ncá has held a meeting with the Chief of Staff of the highest representative of Foreign Affairs of the European Union. Without a doubt, a key authority on the problem of the security of the Gulf of Guinea.
The meeting discussed the problems of security of the Gulf of Guinea, especially the challenges and threats. The Ambassador valued the work of the EU carried out in the Horn of Africa and proposed a greater relationship and collaboration with European institutions, with the aim of addressing the challenges that arise today in this new hot spot for crime: the Gulf of Guinea.