Nvono-Nca makes progress in removing Ceiba from aviation blacklist

During the meeting, the two looked at relations between the European regulatory institution and our country in terms of civil aviation. Thus, the EU set out the obligations that Equatorial Guinea had to meet before the next committee meeting in May, in which they will examine whether the progress in Equatoguinean aviation is positive, in order to then proceed with the removal of Equatorial Guinea from the EU aviation blacklist.

The Ambassador, for his part, expressed the firm will of the Government of Equatorial Guinea to work in close collaboration with European authorities in order to leave the European blacklist, both for Guinean civil aviation, and for the airlines Ceiba and Cronos.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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