A few weeks ago, the Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, met in London with the Ambassador of Portugal in the United Kingdom, Manuel Lobo Antumes, to discuss issues on the CPLP multilateral forum. of which both countries are members.
The Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP), whose headquarters are located in Lisbon (Portugal), is an international organization and political association of Portuguese-speaking nations on four continents. In total, 9 member states and 19 associated observers, located in Europe, America, Asia and Africa, are part of this important organization.
Throughout the meeting, both Ambassadors agreed that the mutual cooperation of the governments of this privileged multilateral forum should be strengthened to boost the economies of its members, as well as the development of other basic sectors, such as commerce and essential industries.