Just a few months ago, an international litigation between Equatorial Guinea and Gabon began before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague on the delimitation of their land and maritime borders and on the sovereignty of the islands of Mbañé, Cocotero and Conga. The delegation of Equatorial Guinea is working intensively on this case against Gabon.
Specifically, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, who was appointed agent before the ICJ for this case, as we reported in this news, has moved to Madrid to maintain an intense working day with part of the Equatorial Guinean delegation and the representative of the US legal cabinet Foley Hoag, Derek Smith, are coordinating the defense of Equatorial Guinea in its case against Gabon.
This type of litigation usually involves long and complicated processes. Both I and the entire legal team of Equatorial Guinea are prepared to exercise the best defense of our country.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
The deployment of means to collect the large amount of existing documentation is being enormous, and the coordination of the entire delegation of Equatorial Guinea is demanding a very high level of work, which all parties are carrying out with great interest.