Equatorial Guinea continues its campaign to organize the ACP Summit
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Equatorial Guinea continues its campaign to organize the ACP Summit

June 11, 2019

As we previously mentioned on our page, Equatorial Guinea may again be the host country for the next Summit of ACP Heads of State and Government. That is why, a few days ago, the Brussels-based ambassador , Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, met his Cuban counterpart, Norma Miguelina Goicochea Estenoz. Their exchange meant to finding in this allied country the necessary support to achieve this important initiative.

The organization of two consecutive summits for the second largest international platform after the UN in such a limited time is a first in history. Our country has already celebrated this important high-ranked event at the end of 2012 and, given the logistical and organizational difficulties that other countries may face, Equatorial Guinea could again be a candidate for the last edition of 2019.

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The Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels—being one of the most important foreign diplomatic missions of Equatorial Guinea—has a mix of bilateral and multilateral competences.

Regarding bilateral relations, its jurisdiction extends over Belgium (host country), the Netherlands, Luxembourg and the Republic of Turkey—all of them top bilateral partners of Equatorial Guinea.


Embassy address:
Place Guy d’Arezzo, 6 1180 Bruxelles, Belgium

Tel: 0032 (0) 2 346 25 09
Fax: 0032 (0) 2 346 33 09

Email: guineaecuatorial.brux@skynet.be

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday from 9h to 13h and from 14h to 16h, except holidays.