The Republic of Equatorial Guinea this week reaffirmed its strong commitment to arms non-proliferation and continued the promotion of international cooperation and dialogue for peace at the United Nations Disarmament Commission in New York.
Members of the Equatorial Guinea delegation categorically rejected the creation of confrontations through the demonstration of force and praised the work of the new group of experts who work on disarmament.
Equatorial Guinea also highlighted the importance of the arms non-proliferation issue as one that requires the full attention of the international community in order to create a world without nuclear weapons.
Equatorial Guinea is active at the United Nations and has continued to strengthen its position in the international community as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.
Equatorial Guinea is focused on sustainable peace and development and has a tradition of holding peace talks to mitigate conflicts in Africa.