As we reported last week, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, is presenting candidacy of Equatorial Guinea to become the headquarters of the new and important Ibero-American International Court of Arbitration.
On this occasion Nvono-Ncá has met with Michael Stenger, President of Perspectives magazine, a publication of the CBLACP Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (Belgium – Luxembourg – Africa – Caribbean – Pacific). Thus, Nvono-Ncá presented the candidacy of Equatorial Guinea and has announced to Stenger that, as members of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, Equatorial Guinea has been able to present itself as a candidate to host the headquarters of the new Ibero-American International Court of Arbitration.
This Court will grant the necessary confidence to foreign companies.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
Without a doubt, the CBLACP Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture is an ideal platform to disseminate the advantages that Equatorial Guinea offers to host this reputed international justice institution. According to the President of Perspectives, the country that hosts this headquarters “is called to be a center of attraction for international investment.” In addition, Equatorial Guinea, already the headquarters of the South-South and Triangular Cooperation of the OEACP, transmits the security and international impartiality necessary to host this historic headquarters.