The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to the Belgian government and the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with the Secretary General of the OACPS -Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States- to discuss matters of great importance in relations between our country and the institution.
One of the topics to be discussed with the Secretary General of the OACPS, Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoty, has been the progress of the preparations for the Summit of Heads of State of Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific, scheduled for December this year in Luanda , capital of Angola. In his conversations, the Secretary General of the OACPS informed the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea about the issues that will be discussed at the Summit.
Likewise, the importance of the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Office that hosts the city of Malabo was highlighted, which is intended to be reinforced with a package of programs whose draft will be presented at this Summit through an institutional action plan to give it visibility. Thus, this headquarters of South-South and Triangular Cooperation could host relevant activities each year such as Summits, Councils of Ministers, seminars and forums, among other actions.
Throughout the meeting, in which the Ambassador was assisted by the First Secretary of the Embassy, Silvestre Oyono Bibang Nsang, and his assistant, Emilia Ndho Obiang, the two senior officials signed the option of organizing a Council of Ministers in June this year as a prelude to the aforementioned Summit and with the firm commitment to continue working for the benefit of the parties.