The Equatorial Guinea Embassy in Brussels has started 2019 with new goals and many projects ahead. Naturally, the start-up process for the Office for South-South and Triangular Cooperation, which was opened a few months ago in Malabo, is one of them.
For that reason, on 7th January, the Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Nca, met the General Secretary of the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP), Patrick I. Gomes, who reported that the starting pistol had just been fired on the process of selection to find the person who would head the important ACP Office for South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Malabo.
The process, which will last for approximately three months, will conclude around March, when the selected candidate will land in the Equatoguinean capital to take up this position of great responsibility.
For his part, Nvono-Nca used the meeting to deliver the final version of the Headquarters Agreement, accepted by the Government, and ready for his signature, prior to submission to the Equatorial Guinea Parliament.
Source: The Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office