When I took this photograph, I thought I was looking at a wasp.
On later examination of the image, a different identity became obvious.
The insect has only two wings, not four, so it's a fly, definitely not a wasp.
Secondly, that moustache suggests the protective bristles of a predatory robber fly, and the deep thorax is consistent with the powerful flight requirements of a robber fly.
So I searched for robber flies on the internet and found my little subject appeared identical to Daptolestes sergius.