The president of the Equatorial Guinea Scientific and Technological Investigation Council (CICTE), Anacleto Olo Mibuy, has received a delegation of Indian entrepreneurs, with the aim of setting up agreements in favour of research, science and technology in Equatorial Guinea. The meeting took place at the headquarters of the institution in Malabo II, on 24th August.
Assisted by the vice-president, Luis Maria Sabadell Bizantino, Olo Mibuy received a delegation of experts from the south of India, led by S. V. Shanmuganathan, with the aim of strengthening relations and creating possible projects of cooperation in research, science and technology.
Olo Mibuy and the delegation spoke about aspects related to the construction of a CICTE centre in Malabo, a subsidiary in Bata, and possibly another in the province of Djibloho.
Both parties focussed on their objectives in matters related to the training of technicians who will be in charge of handling the machinery which is to be installed in the centres, together with the training of personnel who will work in other areas.
The CICTE President highlighted the importance of this new and significant project: As is established within the scope of our activities, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Scientific and Technological Investigation Council seeks, among other things, collaboration with international institutions in order to strengthen the lies which help our institution to become more international, which is why we are members of CARBAP and OAP, among other international institutions”.
Shanmuganathan, from Jass Global Enterprises; Ibrahima Ba, from Crystal Afrique, and Basilio Perdenal Evita, from Decar, agreed on the idea of cooperation in the socio-economic development of Equatorial Guinea.
The entrepreneurs invited the CICTE President to visit India and look at other conventions of mutual interest. In turn, professor Olo Mibuy confirmed that he would visit the country with a senior delegation.
The meeting was attended by various director generals and heads of areas within the institution.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea