22 November 2012

Angola: Gulf of Guinea Countries Discuss Peace, Security in Region

Luanda — A conference aimed at addressing the Peace and Security in the Gulf of Guinea region, expected to gather all member States of the region, will take place on 27-29 November in Luanda, ANGOP learned from an official source.

The event will discuss topics such as "The Gulf of Guinea, peace and security zone", "The influence of peace and security in the Gulf of Guinea for the stability and development of the African continent "and" the extension of the continental platform, need and challenge for the Gulf of Guinea ".

The meeting will also analyse matters such as, "The state and the consequences of illegal immigration for peace and security in the Gulf of Guinea", "The experience of ECOWAS in peacekeeping and security.

Lessons for the Gulf of Guinea "and" The importance of security in the Gulf of Guinea region as a shipping route, " will also be addressed.

Other matters include "The contribution of mechanisms of peacekeeping security in Central Africa, the security of Gulf of Guinea", "The ecosystem of the region as part of its security environment" and "the Gulf of Guinea region in the production network and international drug trade."

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