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The ACP Geneva Office was established initially in December 2001 as a project funded by the European Union to assist the ACP Group in its negotiations with the WTO relating to trade matters.  It now has a more permanent status and has widened its mandate.
The Mandate of the ACP Geneva Office is:

  • Representing the Secretary General of ACP Group at meetings organized by the Geneva–based United Nations Organisations, WTO and other Institutions.
  • Facilitating coordination among the Representatives of ACP countries in Geneva and, through the Secretariat; acting as an intermediary between their ACP counterparts in Brussels.
  • Providing technical assistance to ACP States with regard to issues dealt with in Geneva, particularly those relating to Doha negotiations under WTO; and Performing duties relating to Administration and Finances in connection with the functions of the ACP Geneva Office.


Avenue Georges Henri 451
B - 1200 Bruxelles - Brussels
Belgique - Belgium
email : info@acp.int
Tel: +32 2 743 06 00
Fax: +32 2 735 55 73
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