Equatorial Guinea supports its membership among the potential G5 group
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Equatorial Guinea supports its membership among the potential G5 group

March 7, 2019

The Brussels-based Embassy of Equatorial Guinea, headed by Ambassador Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has been negotiating for the last three years the creation of the G5 group, which will consist in bringing together a nation from each continent characterized by its small size but with great potential at both economic and resource level. This important group should start working with a first high-level meeting scheduled for the upcoming weeks. For the very reason, Nvono-Ncá wanted to meet with the ACP Group Secretary General, Patrick I. Gomes, who reported on the whole initiative, with the full support of the 79 ACP Group Member States.

This initiative, which could become a powerful political and economic alliance worldwide, would be therefore composed of a total of five countries, one for each of the regions, namely America, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

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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.