After being named Doctor Honoris Causa, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has been requested to participate as a panelist in the I Congress of Global Geopolitics and Geostrategy, organized by the Universidad Panamericana and the Center for Global Governance of the University of Salamanca. His intervention can be enjoyed here:
For his experience as Ambassador for 10 years in the capital of Europe, full of international organizations, and for having been on several occasions Agent of Equatorial Guinea before the highest instance of International Law: the International Court of Justice, Ambassador Nvono- Ncá has been requested to participate as an international panelist in this I Congress of Global Geopolitics and Geostrategy, organized by the School of Political Studies and International Relations of the Universidad Panamericana de Guatemala.
Throughout his masterful presentation, Nvono-Ncá made an analysis of the criminality of the Gulf of Guinea, with special emphasis on the causes, consequences and legal mechanisms, both regionally and internationally, to combat both piracy, like organized terrorism. Nvono-Ncá, paid special interest to the risks that Equatorial Guinea suffers from being geographically in the middle of the hot zone of the Gulf of Guinea, and how important security protocols have had to be applied in light of the risks to the stability of the entire nation.
The I Congress of Global Geopolitics and Geostrategy, whose objective is to contribute to consolidating a culture of study and research that helps critical reasoning for the evaluation of the international situation and the analytical understanding of international public policies, had other great panelists such as Bernardo Rico, Director for Guatemala and Honduras of the International Republican Institute.