On 27th June a historic event for Equatorial Guinea took place at the prestigious Hotel Amigo de Bruselas. The Vice-Minister to the Presidency of the Republic, Charged with State Ceremonies, Armando Dougan Champion, together with David Balsa, President of the Euro-Central American Conference, signed a historic agreement with the region of Central America, which will include the celebration of Equatorial Guinea � Central America and Caribbean International Summits.
It is the first time in history that an African country signs an agreement of this nature with the American continent, transforming Equatorial Guinea into the African benchmark of excellence for the entire region of Central America and the Caribbean.
It is expected that the 1st Equatorial Guinea � Central America and Caribbean Summit will take place in December 2017, to coincide with the moment at which the Embassy in Brussels is also trying to get the ACP Group to name Equatorial Guinea as the headquarters for South-South and Triangular Cooperation of the group, one more milestone that will position our country as a world reference in matters of cooperation.
Following the organisation of the ACP Summit in Equatorial Guinea, the speech in 2014 by the President of the Republic at the Cervantes Institute in Brussels, being the first Head of State to do this, and the success before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, this achievement joins the list of many other triumphs by the Embassy in Brussels.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea