The Minister for Trade, Antonio Pedro Olivera Boropu, was on the set of the programme A Fondo to be interviewed by its political analysts.
The first question put to the minister focussed on the new projects and activities planned by his department.
Among them, the recent celebration in Brussels of Session 105 of the ACP (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific) Council of Ministers, which Olivera Boropu attended.
The minister firstly explained what the ACP organisation consists of, which brings together more than 70 countries and has the main aim of creating networks of trust between the Third World States and developing countries which make it up, with all of them in close contact with the United Nations and the European Union.
He also spoke about the Information Centre for South-South and Triangular Cooperation and the degree of compliance with the ministerial order from the Presidency of the Government prohibiting the payment for non-collecting services on our country’s borders.
Furthermore, Olivera Boropu talked about his recent visit to India, and the conclusions he drew from there. He described the trip as “successful” and congratulated the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador in the Asian country, where the minister found great interest in the development of our country. There he put forward various exchange proposals between small and medium-sized companies. At any moment there could be a second trip with the heads from other departments.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea