The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, held a meeting with the Air Safety Unit of the European Commission, with the aim of advancing technical cooperation with the EU in this matter.
Specifically, the Ambassador met with the Director of the Aviation Safety Unit of the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission, Peter Sorensen. One of the most fundamental points discussed throughout the meeting was to continue seeking technical cooperation with the EU to remove Equatorial Guinean airlines from the European aviation blacklist.
Likewise, Nvono-Ncá was informed of the progress that has been taking place since the current Minister of Civil Aviation of Equatorial Guinea, Norberto Bartolomé Monsuy, has taken possession of his portfolio. The European Commission, for its part, confirmed throughout the meeting that the bases are being outlined to resume technical cooperation with the EU and the civil aviation authority of Equatorial Guinea.
Throughout this year, it is expected that an agreement will be reached between the parties that will allow studies to be resumed that will lead to a new evaluation of the Equatorial Guinean part.
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