Experts from the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC) in charge of the Economy, Finance and Planning, with Equatorial Guinea among them, worked together on the medium term 2016-2020 Strategic Plan Project prior to presenting it for validation, at the Council of Ministers meeting which is soon to take place in Bujumbura (Republic of Burundi).
The meeting, which came to an end on 10th July, was overseen by the Deputy General Secretary of the CEEAC, who highlighted the fact that the institution is going through a process of reform, and working with a plan that is acting as a support tool in achieving the aims set under CEEAC’s Vision 2025.
Furthermore, those present examined the main challenges and significant problems affecting the evolution of the region of Central Africa, such as the creations of an area of peace and stability; an integrated, prosperous, open economic policy, to increase competitivity and attract investment; and the internal and external development of the infrastructure and services, in order to improve the physical and economic integration of the region, and remove the restrictions on the free circulation of people, goods and services.
Furthermore, the experts also gave a presentation of the final version of the medium term strategic plan project.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea