The Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, is developing a round of contacts with Hispanic countries at the IMO, members of the renowned maritime organization.
On this occasion, he had a long meeting with Fernanda Millicay, Alternate Permanent Representative Minister of Argentina to the IMO. Throughout the conversation, the Ambassador has shown Equatorial Guinea’s interest in the experience of the Argentine country throughout its long career in the International Maritime Organization. Like other Hispanic countries at the IMO, Argentina accumulates a solid experience within this institution, proof of this is the School of Marine Sciences in this country.
The mission of this school is to train professionals in Marine Sciences and develop Research and Extension activities related to Cartography, Hydrography, Marine Meteorology, Oceanography and other related disciplines, in order to provide human resources to organizations specialized in the use of territorial, maritime and environmental information.
Minister Millicay has enthusiastically welcomed the interest of the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in the initiatives of the Hispanic countries at the IMO, proposing possible bilateral cooperation, and even triangular, framing this initiative within the Office of South-South and Triangular Cooperation the OEACP, whose headquarters are in Malabo.