Once again, the Hispanic community before the United Nations gathered in the city of New York to celebrate Spanish Language Day, held every 23rd April.
The event took place at the headquarters of the United Nations, with the participation of countries from Latin America that share Spanish as their vehicle for communication.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea, as the sole country on the African continent that speaks Spanish, was represented by various figures from its diplomatic mission, led by the Ambassador, Anatolio Ndong Mba.
During the event, those present watched a video revealing the various characteristic features of the Spanish spoken in the world.
In addition, as an important part of the commemoration, there was a gastronomic tasting, in which guests could try the typical dishes from each country, including pumpkin roll, from Equatorial Guinea.
The 23rd April, also known as Book Day, in celebrated every year throughout the world to pay homage to the genius of the Spanish language, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea