The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, continues to work closely with the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States in the preparations for the mission of the Secretary General of the OACPS to Malabo, which we already announced on this site web a few days ago.
On this occasion, Nvono-Ncá met with Banata Tchale Sow, Assistant to the Secretary General, Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoti, and a member of the Macroeconomics and financial development department of the group’s General Secretariat, which is located in the Belgian capital. Throughout the fruitful meeting, both were able to confirm some details of the mission of the Secretary General of the OACPS, which he is expected to undertake in late 2021 to visit the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Office, located in Malabo.
The mission of the Secretary General of the OACPS would be carried out within the framework of the work to relaunch cooperation among the member countries of the OACPS. This organization is the one that groups the most countries after the United Nations and favors relations between three of the regions of the planet with the most growth prospects: Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific.
Throughout the meeting, Nvono-Ncá and Tchale Sow also had time to analyze the important position that Equatorial Guinea now occupies in the General Assembly of the OACPS Endowment and Trust Fund, 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.