Equatorial Guinea will be part of the General Assembly of the OACPS Endowment and Trust Fund (ETF), as one of the representatives of the Central Africa region. This fund will ensure the financial viability of the OACPS, thanks to the investments and loans made in it.
The OACPS Endowment and Trust Fund Assembly will be divided into regions, in turn made up of a certain number of countries. As reported by the Ambassador of Cameroon in Brussels and dean of the group of Ambassadors of the OACPS, Daniel Evina Abe’e, to the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, the representatives of Central Africa for the General Assembly of the ETF of the OACPS will be the Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Chad. The Ambassador of the Central African Republic, Daniel Emery Dede, has been in charge of officially reporting on the composition of the Central Africa group.
In the case of our country, Equatorial Guinea, it will be the First Secretary of the Embassy in Brussels, Silvestre Oyono, who will be responsible for participating in said Endowment and Trust Fund Assembly. It is anticipated that there will be a work activity, with frequent meetings and follow-up of the activities of the FFD.