Statement by the Secretary General at the 38th session of the ACP Parliamentary Assembly, 12 June 2015, Suva, Fiji
I wish to thank you for another opportunity to be with you for this series of your meetings. I count it an honour and privilege to interact with our elected representatives from across the length and breadth of the ACP Membership.
Brussels, 6 June 2015/ ACP: High level speakers at a two-day conference marking the 40th year of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, called for economic transformation across the 79 ACP member countries as well as sharper strategies to become more competitive as a Group in the 21st century.
Keynote speech by the President of the United Nations General Assembly, H.E. Mr. Samuel Kutesa at the symposium commemorating the 40th anniversary of the ACP Group, 5 June 2015, Brussels
Transcript from audio
I’m pleased to join you today for this important commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. The ACP, which brings together 79 developing countries across three continents is a unique organisation. It continues to play an important role in fostering unity and solidarity amongst members around its core values and objectives.
Rome, 6 June 2015/ UN FAO/ ACP: The African Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) and the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) are deepening their ties with an eye to bolstering national capacities to cope with climate change, enhance food security and support sustainable food production.
Photo of the day: President of the United Nations General Assembly H.E Mr. Samuel Kutesa (third from right) with the ACP Secretary General and the Ambassadors of Botswana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Counsellor of the Rwandan Embassy in Brussels, at the 40th anniversary symposium of the ACP Group of States.
June 4, 2015