The President of the National Olympic Committee of Central African Republic (CNOSC) visited the head offices of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) in Lausanne.
Gilbert Grèsenguet was joined by CNOSC secretary general Clément Anicet Guiyama-Massogo on the trip to the Swiss Olympic capital.
They held discussions with ANOC secretary general Gunilla Lindberg about the current situation of CNOSC.
This year's inaugural ANOC World Beach Games in San Diego were also on the agenda, as well as the ANOC Commissions.
ANOC confirmed their Commission members for 2019 last month.
The CNOSC party also held meeting with Olympic Solidarity - the International Olympic Committee body which distributes funds around the world.
They then paid a visit to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.
The Central African Republic first appeared at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City in 1968.
They then missed the next three editions in Munich, Montreal and Moscow, but have competed at every Summer Games since Los Angeles 1984.
At Rio 2016, the country sent six athletes to compete in athletics, boxing, swimming and taekwondo.
They are still awaiting their first Olympic medal of any colour.