Gulf of Guinea Commission (GGC)
Comissão do Golfo da Guiné
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2001 Luanda Angola
Established by the Treaty signed 3 Jul 2001, in Libreville (Gabon), by Angola, Congo, Gabon, Nigeria and Sao Tome and Principe. Joined by Cameroun and the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2008. Open to other states in the Gulf of Guinea region for purposes of transforming the sub region into a Zone of Peace and Security.
Serve as a permanent institutional framework of consultation among Member States for cooperation and development, as well as for the prevention, management and resolution of conflicts that may arise from the delimitation of borders and economic and commercial exploitation of natural resources within territorial boundaries of Member States, particularly in the overlapping Exclusive Economic Zones.
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Assembly of Heads of States and Government; Council of Ministers; Secretariat; Ad-hoc Arbitration Mechanism. Executive Secretary; 2 Deputy Executive Secretaries; 2 Directors (Admin, Finance).
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