The Ambassador of Argentina to the Netherlands, Mario Oyarzábal, has traveled to the Belgian capital to hold a meeting with the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, in which he presented his candidacy to the ILC – International Law Commission-. It is a body created by the United Nations General Assembly with the objective of codifying and promoting international law.
The Ambassador of Argentina has sought, for his candidacy to the ILC, the support of Equatorial Guinea, a Hispanic country of great relevance for the Latin American community. According to Ambassador Oyarzábal, the International Law Commission must evolve with the times. His work has been fundamental in the adoption of various treaties or other international instruments and now the ILC must focus primarily on issues of global concern that have practical relevance.
Our commitment to South-South Cooperation increases our confidence and our conviction in supporting initiatives that also serve to strengthen our positions in international levels.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
Ambassador Nvono-Ncá, for his part, welcomed this candidacy to the ILC in a very positive way and explained throughout the working session that the Hispanic countries have reserved a space for special treatment in Guinea’s international relations Equatorial, especially for those he runs himself from the European capital. He also mentioned that Equatorial Guinea’s commitment to South-South Cooperation increases the confidence and conviction of the country in supporting initiatives that also serve to strengthen its positions in international bodies.