The Equatorial Guinea Embassy has been in conversations and negotiations for over five years in order to organise in the country the first Summit of Heads of State and Governments from Central America and the Caribbean with Equatorial Guinea. Just a few weeks ago, the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Bonifacio Mitogo Bindang, on his mission to Brussels, confirmed with the President of the Euro � Central American Conference, David Balsa, that this senior level event would finally be held in 2019 in the months of July and August, in the new administrative capital of Equatorial Guinea, Oyala.
Following this confirmation, the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Belgium and the Netherlands, Carmelo Nvono-Nca, travelled to The Hague to personally report to the Dean of Ambassadors to the Netherlands, Carlos J. Arguello Gomez, who is also Nicaraguan Ambassador to Holland. As affirmed by Nvono-Nca during the meeting, “through this summit Equatorial Guinea is reclaiming its right and its own voice in its role with Central America”.
The month of January has not yet ended and, together with achievement of the mission to internationalise the PDGE in Turkey, the Ambassador in Brussels has already managed two of the goals set for 2019.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office