The Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels has started 2019 with new objectives and many projects ahead and obviously the kick off of the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Office,  inaugurated a few months ago in Malabo, is one of them. For this reason, on January 7, the Brussels-based Ambassador , Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, met with the Secretary General of the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP), Patrick I. Gomes, who informed him that they initiated the selection process to find the one who will be heading the important office of South-South and Triangular Cooperation ACP in Malabo.

The process, which is expected to last approximately three months, will be achieved around the month of March, when the selected candidate will land in the Equatorial Guinean capital to take office.

Nvono-Ncá seized the opportunity of the meeting to deliver the final version of the Agreement  accepted by the Government and ready to be signed, the last step before submitting it to the Parliament for ratification.

OACPS | South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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