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Outcomes of the 25th Session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, Brussels 17-19 June, 2013

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Resolutions 

The threats posed again by military coups to democracy and political stability in the ACP countries, and the role of the international community

Economic Partnership Agreements - next steps

Human resources for health in ACP countries

The situation in the Republic of Guinea

The situation in the Central African Republic

 

Co-Presidents' Declarations

Eritrea

Madagascar

 

Press Releases

JPA PRESS RELEASE: Louis Michel: Mali presidential elections key to "restoring legitimacy"

JPA PRESS RELEASE: Overview of the 25th session of the ACP-EU JPA

 

Replies given by the European commission to oral questions

 

Speeches

Opening ceremony: Co-president of the ACP-EU JPA, Hon. Louis Michel

Opening ceremony: Co-president of the ACP-EU JPA, Hon. Joyce Laboso

Opening ceremony: Speaker of the Irish Statement, Mr. Sean Barrett, T.D

Statement by the representative of the President of the EU Council, Mr. Jose Costello

Statement by Acting Chair of the ACP Council of Ministers, Hon. Olebile Gaborone

Closing by President of the European Parliament, Mr Martin Schulz

 

Photo Galleries by European Union and ACP Secretariat

Watch full recordings of the sessions on Europarl TV

See also ACP-EU JPA website

 

Featured report on the 25th session of the ACP-EU JPA:

[This page will be updated daily 17-19 June 2013.]

 

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