The 15 of November, the Brussels-based ambassador of Equatorial Guinea, Carmelo Nvono Ncá hold an important meeting with the Permanent Representative of Luxemburg before the European Union, Georges Friden. During the whole meeting, beside the recent opening of the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Office in Malabo, both diplomats agreed on  ensuring a follow-up of the Cotonou Agreement, the political framework for trade, economic and cooperation between Africa and the EU, expected to expire in 2020.

Both ambassadors stressed the importance to reinforce the ties between the 79 ACP Member States and the 28 EU Member States.

EU | Luxemburg | South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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