The Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono Ncá, is working very hard to strengthen relations with high international organizations on security matters, such as Interpol and Europol.
As a first step, Nvono-Ncá has moved to the Spanish capital, specifically to the International Cooperation Division of the National Police of the Kingdom of Spain, which deals with issues related to Interpol and Europol. There he had an interesting meeting with Alicia Malo, Head of the International Police Cooperation Division of Spain, , with whom months ago he had already had another meeting.
Due to the extreme importance that Equatorial Guinea attaches to security, making it currently one of the safest and most stable countries on the African continent, one of my primary objectives is to strengthen firm ties with the main security organizations in the world, such as Interpol and Europol.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
Nvono-Ncá has decided that Equatorial Guinea and Interpol intensify their relations from their direction in Spain, due to the undoubted historical bond that both countries maintain, persistent today as Equatorial Guinea is the only Spanish-speaking country in all of Africa and Spain the unique from all over Europe. Without a doubt, this is an affinity that allows to optimize the understanding between both nations. “Speaking the same language makes communication much easier and if we add a common culture to that, then everything becomes much easier,” said Nvono-Ncá. It should not be forgotten that for the Ambassador the position of influence of the Iberian country within the Member States of the European Union is also very important.
Thus, following this same line and with the clear objective of developing a large network of top-level security contacts, Nvono-Ncá will continue over the next few months to hold meetings with senior Interpol and Europol officials, as well as the the world’s leading security agencies with offices and liaisons in the European Union.