The delegation from the Equatorial Guinea Scientific and Technological Investigation Council (CICTE) will be speaking to various authorities from the Asian country in order to establish various agreements with various research and technology bodies.
The delegation, led by the vice-president of the body, Antonio Maria Sabadell Bizantino, left Malabo International Airport on Tuesday 6th June, bound for China.
In addition to cooperation ties with Geneva, CRBAP, OMPI and the CRAT, among other institutions, the CICTE is seeking to establish relations with other bodies in the sector of research, science and technology.
According to Sabadell Bizantino, “the delegation is made up of five people, among them director generals from our institution, and the aim is to establish agreements with a view to improving the scientific and technological research in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, and the training of human resources, together with the exchange of relevant knowledge”.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea