The Minister for Transport, the Postal Service and Telecommunications, Eucario Bacale Angue, met the auditing team to speak about the work which is to take place from 1st to 6th October, in order to evaluate the state of implementation of the obligatory instruments of the International Maritime Organisation, determining the way in which Equatorial Guinea will carry out its pertinent duties with respect to maritime security and environmental protection.
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Assembly has adopted resolution A.1070 in regards to code III, for the implementation of IMO instruments, and resolution A.1067 (28) in regards to the framework and procedure for the Auditing Plan for Member States of the IMO, with the aim of guaranteeing uniform efficient implementation of the IMO instruments throughout the world, in compliance with its prescriptions.
At the same time, Equatorial Guinea, as a member of the organisation, will carry out the audit this year in the meeting room of the Ports General Directorate, made up of the head of the auditing team, Bulmaro Rodriguez, the auditor member, Pablo Donis Gonzalez, and he official editor, Eduardo Ortiz.
At the meeting, Bacale Angue was assisted by the Deputy Minister, Joaquin Elema Borengue, the Secretary of State for Transport, Carlos Ntutumu, and the Director Generals for the Merchant Navy, Maritime Signalling and International Organisations.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office