Tomorrow starts the kick off for the ACP Ministers Council, an important meeting in Lomé (Togo) in which the final decisión is expected to be ratified for the opening of the Triangular and South-South Cooperation Office in Malabo; a decisión already green-lighted by the Ambassador committee the last 15 in May.

All week long, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá who headed the negotiations for the opening of this important office in Malabo, has been arrangin various meetings with his diplomatic counterparts such as the one from Samoa, Paolelei Lutero; the ambassador of Senegal, Amadou Diop and Mrs Jacqueline Marie Zaba Nikiema to express his Deep gratitude for their ongoing support during the whole process, which only strenghtens the already existing cohesion of the ACP group.

As the ambassador recalled during one meeting “My country is now holding the spirit of Georgetown”.

Africa | OACPS | Pacific | South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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