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Opening Remarks by the Secretary General at the Consultation Session on the Future Perspectives of the ACP Group, 17 April - London, UK

Briefing Text of Opening Remarks
Brainstorming on the 
Future Perspectives for the ACP   

Hosted by the Commonwealth Secretariat and ACP Secretariat
Royal Overseas League, London
(16-17 April 2012)

 

Your Excellencies; Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

PRESS RELEASE: ACP Group denounces military actions in Guinea-Bissau

Brussels, 13 April 2012/ ACP: The Secretary-General of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group), H.E Dr.

ACP Group welcomes Mali's return to constitutional order, backs ECOWAS efforts

ACP GROUP STATEMENT ON THE POLITICAL, MILITARY AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN MALI

The Committee of Ambassadors of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) has been closely following developments in the political, military and humanitarian situation in Mali since the coup d'etat on 22 March 2012.

ACP pays respects at death of former Malawi President

Paulo Kautoke Obadiah Mailafia ACP Group

Brussels, 11 April 2012/ ACP: The African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) today officially conveyed its condolences to the Government of the Republic of Malawi, after the death of the country’s former President H.E Ngwazi Prof. Bingu Wa Mutharika last Thursday.

NEWS: EU development aid drops with austerity

Brussels, 8 April 2012/ EuroActiv.com/ ACP: European countries reduced their overall development aid budgets in 2011, with some such as Greece and Spain implementing massive cuts in the wake of economic difficulties, according to OECD figures published last Wednesday 4 April.

ACP Declaration on the occasion of the 18th Anniversary of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda

DECLARATION BY THE ACP GROUP OF STATES ON THE OCCASION OF THE 18th ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1994 GENOCIDE IN RWANDA

Delivered at the ACP House, Brussels - 7 April 2012

 

Belgian Senate supports more flexibility on ACP free trade agreements

ACP Secretary General Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas with President of the Belgian Senate Mme Bethune Brussels, 5 April 2012/ ACP: The Belgian Senate has adopted a resolution urging more flexibility in free trade dealings with the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group), while also endorsing the negotiation of new trade relations with the European Union which take stronger consideration of the

CARIFORUM-EU Business Forum to “jump-start” EPA use

Bridgetown, BARBADOS, 4 April 2012/ CE/ JO/ ACP: A forum set for July aims to help businesses capitalise on the Caribbean’s free trade agreement with Europe, which has not seen many notable outcomes since it was signed in October 2008.

 

NEWS: Ireland Foreign Affairs committee to discuss EU proposal to withdraw free market access to some ACP countries

Brussels, 4 April 2012/ PB: Officials from Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will attend the meeting of the Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade today, 4th April to discuss COM (2011)598 relating to Economic Partnership Agreements with African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries.

NEWS: South-South cooperation shown as alternative to direct aid in Nigeria-Gambia TAC scheme

Banjul, GAMBIA, 4 April 2012/ DOB/ AA: At least 74 Technical Aid Corps (TAC) volunteers from the Federal Republic of Nigeria, who were deployed to The Gambia in March 2010, have successfully completed their two-year tour of duty in the country.


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