As mentioned a few weeks ago, the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, headed by Ambassador Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, was involved for three years in the working committee in charge of launching the G5 countries group. A new political platform that will bring together a nation from each continent that disposes of a significant economic potential despite the smallness of their territory. Finally, after a meeting with Juan Solaeche, rector of the influential Society for International Studies,which will ensure the management of the group, the G5 will organize its first meeting at the academic level.
The important meeting will take place on May 17th in the renowned Bar Association of Madrid. Along with Ambassador Nvono-Ncá, participating the diplomatic representatives to the Kingdom of Spain of the Republic of Panama, Milton Cohen-Hernández y Sasso; Israel, Daniel Kutner; Singapore, Barry Desker and the Principality of Andorra, Jaume Gaytán Sansa.
Throughout the conference entitled “Strategic Countries: Economics and Geopolitics”, a high-level panel, composed of in-depth analysts will offer their readings on the economic, geostrategic, security and defense challenges at the micro and macro levels.
This initiative, which could lead to a new and powerful political and economic alliance around the world, consisting of five small but powerful countries representing each continent.