After the signing of the historic pre-agreement of association of Equatorial Guinea with the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, which took place last August in Madrid, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met again with the Director of the renowned organization, Andrés Guerrero, to set the next steps in his roadmap.
With the signing of this preliminary agreement, Equatorial Guinea has taken the first step to become a full member of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, a body whose purpose is the search, study, promotion and promotion of the “Ibero-American Integration ”, Both nationally and internationally, in any sector directly or indirectly related to the world of law. It is expected that the official ratification of Equatorial Guinea’s accession will take place in the coming months, all depending on the evolution of the health alert situation.
The nexus of Equatorial Guinea with the Ibero-American countries is unquestionable, fostered by all having Spanish as an official language. Likewise, Equatorial Guinea is aware of the importance of international law and justice to ensure respect for national sovereignties, as well as increase equality between countries. And nothing better than cooperation between sister nations, establishing a bridge of communication and exchange of capacities, to achieve this.