The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, was this week named Doctor Honoris Causa in Human Rights, within the context of International Law, by the Autonomous University of Morelos, in Mexico.
In recognition of his professional merits, Nvono-Ncá, who is Equatorial Guinea’s Ambassador to Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Denmark, and is a representative to the European Union, the International Maritime Organization of London, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OEACP), has been named Doctor Honoris Causa in Human Rights, within the context of International Law, by the prestigious Autonomous University of Morelos.
Endorsed by his commendable work as an agent before the International Court of Justice in The Hague in various international litigation, this appointment as Doctor Honoris Causa highlights the professional, but also humanistic, contributions of Ambassador Nvono-Ncá. “For the tireless and arduous activity in favor of Peace and Justice, the Defense of Human Rights, the diplomatic activity, for its honest, transparent, flawless and long history of high prestige and honor,” as stated at the ceremony delivery, which took place in the Spanish town of Segovia.
For the tireless and arduous activity in favor of Peace and Justice, the Defense of Human Rights, the diplomatic activity, for its honest, transparent, faultless and great trajectory of high prestige and honor.
The decision to appoint him as Doctor Honoris Causa has been made by the Mexican Doctoral Senate and the University Academic Senate, with the approval of the President of the National Association of the Mexican Bar Association (ANACAM), the President of the Board of Directors of the Association National Lawyers, the Rector of the university and cultural center of Morelos, the Institutional Rector of the university center of English, the General Secretary of the Mexican doctoral faculty and the General Secretary of the National Council of Organization of the Civil Association, among other high authorities.
Throughout his appointment at the ceremony, an allusion was also made to the exalted and magnanimous human quality of Ambassador Nvono-Ncá, to his work for human well-being, to his arduous and tireless work and activity in the formation of work teams. committed to Peace, Truth and Justice.