New OECS envoy calls for “bold ideas, new vision”

Brussels 27 March 2014/ACP: The new ambassador for the Eastern Caribbean States to the EU has urged the ACP Group to make ambitious and innovative moves to reshape the organisation, in order to ensure its relevance in a multi-polar world.

WTO, ACP, EU joint workshop in Zimbabwe tackles technical barriers to trade

Harare, Zimbabwe, 27 March 2014/ ND: The World Trade Organisation (WTO), together with European Union (EU) and Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) will this week host a two-day workshop in Harare aimed at improving Zimbabwe’s economic performance.

Address by the Chair of the Sub-Committee on Development Finance Cooperation - 2nd ACP Symposium on South-South & Triangular Cooperation

Secretary General; Excellencies; Distinguished Guests and Representatives; Ladies and Gentlemen,

In my capacity as Chair of the ACP Committee on Development Finance Cooperation, and on behalf of the members of the Sub-Committee, I wish to warmly welcome you all to the 2nd ACP Symposium on South-South and Triangular Cooperation.


ACP examines South-South and Triangular cooperation for poverty eradication

Brussels, 27 March 2014/ ACP: Experts and delegates discussed the potential role of the ACP Group in advancing an innovative approach to development assistance that has seen growing interest around the globe.

ACP, ITC to partner up in boosting access to global trade for ACP businesses

Brussels, 20 March 2014/ ITC: The International Trade Centre (ITC) is reaffirming its partnership with the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) in light of increasing demands from member countries to further engage the private sector in trade development.


The Parliamentary Assembly of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, meeting at its 35th Session in Strasbourg, France on 14 and 19 March 2014,


ACP EU JPA PRESS RELEASE: Resolutions on CAR, rights of migrants, regional integration

Strasbourg, 19 March 2014/ ACP-EU JPA PRESS RELEASE: The international community must spare no effort in the fields of security, humanitarian aid, establishment of the rule of law and the economic recovery of the CAR, the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (JPA) said. It called on all political forces in the country to help bring about peace and economic recovery.

Angola to host ACP Eminent Persons consultation for Southern Africa

Brussels, 18 March 2014/ ACP: The ACP Eminent Persons Group (EPG) is planning its next round of consultations in Angola, to gather views from stakeholders on how to orient the 79-member ACP organisation when its current partnership agreement with the European Union ends in 2020.

Statement by the ACP Secretary General at the Opening Session of the East Africa Regional Consultations of the Eminent Persons Group, Addis Ababa - Ethiopia

Your Excellency, Alemayehu GUJO, State Minister of Ministry of Finance and Economic Development

Mr Peter GAKUNU and other Esteemed Members of the Eminent Persons' Group (EPG)

H.E. Dr Diodurus KAMALA, Chair of the Committee of Ambassadors

H.E. Ambassador Berhane Gebray, Former Secretary-General of the ACP

EU, ACP, IMO sign contract to support maritime administrations in Western and Central Africa

London, 18 March 2014/ IMO: The European Union is funding a €1.2 million grant contract, signed between the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) to support training and capacity-building activities for maritime administrators.

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