The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono Ncá, has again held an important meeting with the Secretary General of the African Group, Caribbean (ACP), Patrick I. Gomes, on the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Office the group intends to establish in Equatorial Guinea.
Throughout the meeting, the preparation of the next Council of Ministers of the organism where the opening of this office is intended was discussed. It is expected that during the month of March the task force will approve the report, so that in April the Committee of Ambassadors of the ACP can approve it and submit it to the Council of Ministers, which will be held in May for adoption.
On February 22, at the General Secretariat of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP), in Brussels, a meeting of the agency’s Technical Sub-Committee took place. In that meeting, the candidacy of Equatorial Guinea to host the future South-South Cooperation Office was addressed, among other issues.
The concession of this headquarters would be a boost and reflection of the relevance that Equatorial Guinea currently plays for the ACP Group.