Summary: Non-signatory Equatorial Guinea has never publicly commented on cluster munitions or its position on joining the convention. However, it voted in favor of a key United Nations (UN) resolution promoting the convention in December 2018. Equatorial Guinea is not known to have ever used, produced, transferred, or stockpiled cluster munitions.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea has not acceded to the Convention on Cluster Munitions.
The government’s position on joining remains unknown because Equatorial Guinea has never commented publicly on cluster munitions or its position on accession to the convention. 
Equatorial Guinea participated in one meeting of the Oslo Process that created the convention, where it called for an end to the production and use of cluster munitions and for the destruction of all stockpiles. 
In December 2018, Equatorial Guinea voted in favor of a key UN General Assembly (UNGA) resolution that urges states outside the Convention on Cluster Munitions to “join as soon as possible.”  It voted in favor of previous annual UNGA resolutions promoting the convention in 2015 and 2017.
Equatorial Guinea is a State Party to the Mine Ban Treaty. It is not party to the Convention on Conventional Weapons.
Use, production, transfer, and stockpiling
Equatorial Guinea is not known to have ever used, produced, transferred, or stockpiled cluster munitions.
 In October 2010, a government representative told the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC) that Equatorial Guinea is concerned with the humanitarian consequences of cluster munitions and committed to follow up on the status of accession to the convention. CMC meeting with Toribio-Obiang Mba Meye, Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Equatorial Guinea to the UN in New York, 22 October 2010. Notes by the CMC.
 Statement of Equatorial Guinea, Vienna Conference on Cluster Munitions, 6 December 2007. Notes by the CMC/Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.
 “Implementation of the Convention on Cluster Munitions,” UNGA Resolution 73/54, 5 December 2018. Equatorial Guinea was absent from the vote on a similar UNGA resolution in 2016.