The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has traveled to Madrid, where a delegation from the Central American Parliament was on mission, led by its President, Fanny Carolina Salinas Fernández, and the President of the Eurocentro-American Conference, David Balsa. Following the line of good relations with the Hispanic countries, a fruitful meeting took place.
Nvono-Ncá asked the members of the Central American Parliament present at the meeting for the support and necessary support for the candidacy of Equatorial Guinea to become a full member in the Ibero-American Summits of Heads of State and Government, where until now it is simply observer member.
Equatorial Guinea has always been clear that the link with the Ibero-American countries, fostered by all having Spanish as an official language, is unbreakable.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
The Central American Parliament (also known as Parlacen) is a political institution, based in Guatemala, dedicated to the integration of the Central American countries. One of its central objectives is to act as a political sounding board in order to analyze the common rules of peaceful coexistence and development in the region among Central American brothers.
Parlacen, as a political body in the region, is part of the Central American Integration System SICA constituted by the Protocol of Tegucigalpa to the Charter of the Organization of Central American States (Odeca). Like other large Hispanic organizations, Equatorial Guinea has been maintaining excellent relations with the Central American Parliament for years, in line with its interest in achieving political and ideological integration and representation and as a representative member of a sister region to our country.