The entire team from the Embassy in Brussels met this week to discuss the way in which the operations of the Diplomatic Mission will be carried out in the face of the worsening of the health alarm situation caused by the Coronavirus.
The second wave of COVID19 infections across Europe is a reality and has prompted many of its Member States to again take drastic measures. This is the case of France, which yesterday announced the second total confinement of the country. In the case of Belgium, although a lockdown has not been announced for the moment, another series of drastic measures were notified last week, among which is compulsory teleworking.
It is a priority for me to safeguard the health of my entire team as well as to contribute to the control of the pandemic throughout the country. The Embassy in Brussels will fully adapt to the measures announced by the Belgian Government.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
For this reason, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in the Belgian capital, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has brought together the entire team from the Embassy in Brussels to report in first person about the new measures and restrictions announced by the Belgian Government. Likewise, Nvono-Ncá has decided to establish a new work system that does not require the presence of personnel at the Embassy in Brussels, but that at the same time does not interrupt the activity and performance of the Diplomatic Mission.