We know that Equatorial Guinea is deeply attached and committed to make South-South Cooperation a stepping stone for the global development, a concept through which the great potential of emerging countries seeks to maximize its fruits by establishing ties of collaboration between Southern countries. In addition, the other core concept is that of Triangular Cooperation, through which countries with greater technical training and specialized human capital, transfer knowledge and ‘savoir faire’ to other countries in order to build their capacities. . For this reason, Equatorial Guinea hosts the South-South and Triangular Cooperation since it acknowledges the key importance to learn and to cooperate between Southern countries by adopting and implementing the best practices developed from by Northern countries.
In this prospective, the Brussels-based Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met with his Angola’s counterpart, Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoti, with whom he has been planning certain strategies of South-South and Triangular Cooperation for a couple weeks, a plan that aims to involve European companies with an international vocation. In particular, the representatives paid special attention to consider the possibility of involving a European company to commercialize in Africa a revolutionary machine that transforms the water found in the environment into drinking water.