The Brussels-based Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea, recently appointed as the Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London, traveled yesterday to the English capital to attend the 31st IMO Assembly, the executive body of the institution.
From yesterday until December 5, this important body, composed of all Member States and held every two years will take place. This strategic body is in charge of dealing with all the work related to programs, budgets and the composition of the IMO Council.
Following the instructions of the President of Equatorial Guinea, Ambassador Nvono-Ncá wishes to convert the country into an internationally recognized and one of the most important port and maritime nation among African states in this regard. Indeed, the country has constantly recalled that security and protection of its waters remains one of its top priorities that the Government of Equatorial Guinea maintains in its work program.