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INFORMAL MEETING OF ORGANISATION OF AFRICAN CARIBBEAN AND PACIFIC STATES (OACPS) MINISTERS WITH PORTFOLIO RESPONSIBILITIES RELATED TO THE FISHERIES SUBSIDIES NEGOTIATIONS IN THE WTO

The Coordination of the OACPS Group in Geneva convened on 24th June 2021 an informal meeting of OACPS Ministers with portfolio responsibilities related to the fisheries subsidies negotiations in the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The main objective of the meeting was to prepare OACPS Ministers for the meeting convened by the Director-General of the WTO for 15 July 2021 to discuss the way forward for negotiations in the run-up to the Twelfth WTO Ministerial Conference starting on 29 November 2021.

 

The meeting underscored the positions of the Group and the interests of OACPS both offensively and defensively. The final outcome document of the meeting can be accessed below:

ACP GENEVA AMBASSADORS AND TECHNICAL EXPERTS BRAINSTORMING MEETING ON WTO ISSUES

The OACPS Geneva Group convened a brainstorming session on 8-9 March 2021 to take stock of the current state of World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations and to define the group's needs and priorities for the WTO Twelfth Ministerial Conference (MC12). The session identified WTO reform, WTO response to COVID -19 pandemic, services and e-commerce, agriculture (domestic support, Public Stockholding, Special Safeguard mechanism and cotton), fisheries subsidies, Special and Differential Treatment (SDT) as the key priorities for the OACPS Group.

 

ACP Ambassadors and technical Experts brainstroming and working retreat

The  ACP Group organised a two-day retreat on 30 and 31 January 2020 at Evian Hilton Hotel, France with the aim of reflecting on the current state of World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations and identifying possible solutions, while setting the Group's interests and priorities for the Twelfth WTO Ministerial Conference (MC12), originally scheduled for June 2020 in Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan. The theme of the retreat was '' Strategic direction for the WTO Twelfth Ministerial Conference and implications for the ACP States''.


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