H. E. Mr. President,
August 3 is always a memorable date in Equatorial Guinea. This year, once again and as usual, I would like to extend our sincere congratulations from the Diplomatic Mission in Brussels.
On behalf of the Equatorial Guinean Colony residing in the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Kingdom of Denmark, as well as that of the entire team of the Brussels Diplomatic Mission, we wish to wish Your Your Excellency, your distinguished family and the entire Equatoguinean people on a happy August 3 of this year 2020. We are proud to commemorate this honorable day, on which we celebrate the date on which Equatorial Guinea was freed from the domination of the First Republic and began to glimpse a whole trajectory of transcendental and positive changes for our Beloved Homeland.
Forty-one years ago, the expected construction of the current democratic State of law and welfare began in Equatorial Guinea, a Sovereign Nation with a climate of bliss that H.E. and all its collaborators have known how to implement for all those born in Equatorial Guinea, as well as all those who come to our Beloved Homeland following our example of good coexistence. We know that 2020 is being a particularly challenging year, with a global pandemic against which the entire planet is struggling. In this unknown and hostile context I want to especially congratulate H.E. and always thank him for the security framework in which he manages to position our country.
I would also like to mention the permanent commitment of our Armed Forces, to which it is necessary to recognize the modernization they have undergone, their continuous training, as well as their specialization and professionalism, without forgetting their effort and incessant work, managing to maintain and guarantee order. , the security and peace that Equatorial Guinea enjoys and that many countries long for.
May the Will of H.E., together with the blessing of God, continue to lead us to the well-being of you and your entire family, as well as to all the People of Equatorial Guinea.
Carmelo NVONO NCÁ