Thanks to the donation of half the salary of the month of April from the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, the Equatorial Guinean Embassy in Brussels has been able to proceed with the deliveries of protective medical equipment, such as gloves, masks and gel hydroalcoholic disinfectant, to the Equatorial Guinean colony residing in the Belgian town of Liège.

After the shortage in this type of material throughout Europe, due to the high demand for the scourge of the Coronavirus pandemic, Nvono-Ncá wanted to personally ensure that Equatorial Guinean citizens in Belgium did not have problems in having the necessary protection. Thanks to the donation of the Ambassador and the management of the Diplomatic Mission of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, the Equatoguinean colony in Liège already has the necessary protection to prevent their health from being endangered.

Belgium | Colony | Coronavirus

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