The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels held an interesting meeting with Simeon Ndaye, Vice-president of the Committee of the Belgian liberal party ‘Mouvement Reformateur’ (MR) in the District of Jette, in Brussels. Both stakeholders stressed the importance of African diáspora living in Belgium seeking to make their potential visible, with the aim of defending their rights and exploiting all the possibilities in European society.

As a clear example, they mentioned the first black who took office as a mayor in Belgium, the politician Pierre Kompany. “The African diaspora living Europe must make use of its potential and capacities to respond to the needs of the European market”, said Ambassador Nvono-Ncá.

Belgium | Colony | South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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