The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, and Permanent Representative to the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS), Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has participated in the Extraordinary Meeting of the OACPS Council of Ministers, an organisation that covers the most countries, after the UN.
Developed virtually, due to the health alarm situation as a consequence of the Covid virus, throughout the meeting issues of vital importance for the future of the group were addressed, such as the progress of negotiations with the European Union for a post-Cotonou agreement. As Nvono-Ncá assures, these negotiations are “a priority” and, despite the difficulties imposed by the Coronavirus pandemic, “the negotiations must progress in the same tone of cordiality that has prevailed until now.”
Likewise, throughout the OACPS Council of Ministers the issue of the revision of the Georgetown Agreement, created in 1975 and which laid the foundations of the cooperation policy between the OACPS and the EU, was addressed.
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