Before the next legislative and presidential elections that will take place on November 20 in Equatorial Guinea, the country’s Ambassador to the EU and Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has moved to the British capital to carry out an information campaign highlighting the political achievements of the presidential candidate Obiang Nguema Mabasogo. In contrast, the other candidates still have to win the confidence of a people who will vote on the 20th of this month.
One of the important meetings that Ambassador Nvono-Ncá has had within this information campaign in the London city has been with Jorge Cabrera, Second Head of the Spanish Embassy in London, to whom he expressed the good results of the economic and social policy that President Obiang has been developing for years. Likewise, Nvono-Ncá stressed that in 1979 Equatorial Guinea headed the list of the poorest countries in the world, while it is currently among the most developed African countries.
In addition to the information campaign, the Equatorial Guinean diplomat has conveyed to Mr. Cabrera his gratitude for the predisposition that Spain is showing in the talks with Equatorial Guinea, through the Embassy in Brussels and the Permanent Representation before the IMO. It is a technical cooperation with the Iberian country that is helping Equatorial Guinea to ratify a series of agreements with the important maritime institution that is the IMO.
Nvono-Ncá recalled that Equatorial Guinea has had other options to open negotiation channels and promote its activity in the IMO, but that it has never hesitated to opt for Spain, not only because of the great bond that unites both nations, but also because his great maritime experience.