Proving the deep sense of fraternity among African brothers that the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, needs, one of the first things he has done in this new 2019 has been to visit the newly appointed new mayor of the town Belgian of Ganshoren, Pierre Kompany.

It is not about any mayor, since Kompany, of Congolese origin, was elected in December and made history, by becoming the first black mayor in the history of the Belgian country. Nvono-Ncá wanted to be one of the first to come to formally congratulate him on his recent appointment. Also, throughout the meeting the Ambassador wanted to transmit and inform him about some of the projects that the Embassy is carrying out.

For his part, Pierre Kompany, taking advantage of the important visit of the diplomatic representative, wanted to present him officially to the staff working with him at City Hall, as well as invite him to a ceremony in which he was carrying out an award with the Nelson Mandela medal.

Belgium | Pan-Africanism

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