Ambassador Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, newly appointed as the representative of Equatorial Guinea to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), met in London a large delegation from the government of Jamaica, led by Alwin L. Hales, permanent secretary to the Ministry of Transport and Mines of the Caribbean country.

At this meeting held at the IMO headquarters in London, Nvono-Ncá invited the representative of the Jamaican government to take note, today more than ever, of the advantages that a South-South and triangular cooperation can offer to the Caribbean countries. It is important to note that Equatorial Guinea is currently positioned as one of the most legitimate stakeholder in this sector since it is the unique nation to house a fully dedicated headquarters specializing in South-South and triangular cooperation in the world.

Caribbean | London | South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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