On September 18 the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, held an important breakfast with the leaderships of the European External Action Service (EEAS) Central African Division, in the European Commission. Specifically, the Ambassador met with Gerardus Gielen, Head of the Central African Division, and with Sergio Marinelli and Cristina Barrios, both Policy Officers for Central African in the same division.
The central point of the meeting was to define the main subjets of the next Round Table to be held between the European Union and our Government, specifically the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The meeting will take place in Malabo, the Equatorial Guinean capital, and is a key tool for our country’s relations with the EU. After the work in Brussels of our Ambassador before the European institutions, the contacts of our Government with the EU delegation in our country is the most direct way to establish synergies and satisfactory policies with one of the most powerful regions of the planet: the Union European
It is likely that this important meeting, as was the wish of the European positions, will be held at the end of October.