Just a few days after the historic inauguration, on October 4, of the Office of South-South and Triangular Cooperation of the ACP Group in Malabo, the Embassy of Peru in Brussels has transmitted to the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in the same city, the interest of his country in establishing the bases for a future Cooperation Agreement with the ACP countries within the framework of this important office.

The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, met on October 19 with the Ambassador of Peru in the European capital, Gonzalo Alfonso Gutierrez Reinel, to prepare for the meeting that the Peruvian delegation will have the next ACP General Secretariat November, and whose objective will be to give shape to this agreement.

Peru is a country with a huge legacy in terms of international cooperation, with a large state body dedicated exclusively to this aspect. It is an unparalleled fact that only days after the inauguration is the office in Malabo, a reference country quickly seek to establish agreement through it.

Latin America | OACPS | South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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