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NEWS: CARICOM, Chile to intensify dialogue, cooperation

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, 9 February 2012/ CARICOM: Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States and Chile have committed to intensifying political dialogue and cooperation as part of efforts towards sustainable development, and the improvement of the well-being of their peoples.

Address of the Secretary General, Press Brunch 9 February 2012, Brussels

Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen of the Press, Invited guests, colleagues and friends. I am delighted to welcome you all to ACP House, or, as we say where I come from, Akwaaba! The fact that you have been able to honour our invitation this morning shows not only your level of interest in the work that we do here but also in the ideals of solidarity and cooperation which inform our longstanding relations with Europe.

PRESS RELEASE: ACP Group targets South-South solidarity in lead up to Heads of State Summit in December

Brussels, 9 February 2012/ ACP: The Secretary General of the African Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) H. E Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas presented a list of key priorities for the organisation, setting the tone in the lead up to the ACP Heads of State Summit to be held this December in Equatorial Guinea.

NEWS: Gambia gets EUR10m for governance tech support

BANJUL, Gambia, 6 February 2012/ The Point: The European Union and the Gambia government on Friday 3 February signed a €10 million (ten million euro equivalent to D400 million) agreement to support improving democratic and economic governance in The Gambia.

PRESS RELEASE: Botswana condemns Russia and China over Syria

Gaborone, 5 February 2012/ Government of Botswana - The Government of the Republic of Botswana has been closely monitoring the political situation in Syria and notes with grave concern the latest deplorable decision by Russia and China to veto the UN Security Council resolution which fully supported the Arab League’s Peace Plan to the ongoing bloody violence in that country.

Intra-Africa trade may ease stalled EPA negotiations, says ACP Group

Brussels, 5 February 2012: The 79-member African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States has shown its strong support for efforts towards an Africa-wide free trade area - the key focus of the recent African Union summit for Heads of State, held 23 to 30 January in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

EU highlights trade-led growth as central to modern development agenda

Brussels, 4 February 2012/ EU - The European Commission has recently adopted a Communication that outlines how the EU's trade, investment and development policies can work hand-in-hand to support poverty reduction as well as inclusive and sustainable growth in developing

Press Briefing and Breakfast with the Secretary General, Thursday 9 February

First address of the year from the ACP Secretary General, H.E. Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas

9h30 Registration and Coffee/ 10h00 Press Briefing

INTERVIEW SPECIAL: "Endless options" for ACP future, says new Chair of the ACP Committee of Ambassdors

Brussels, 3 February 2012/ ECDPM: On the 1st of February H.E. Shirley Skerritt-Andrew, Ambassador of Saint Lucia, took over as Chairperson of the ACP Committee of Ambassadors. She will preside the group for the coming 6 moths.

Communiqué de Presse: Présentation du rapport Général du 1er Congrès Panafricain sur la culture et ses liens avec l’économie en Afrique

Le RAPEC en partenariat avec l’UNESCO et le Groupe ACP  rend publique le rapport d’activité des travaux du premier congrès panafricain. Ayant pour thème : La culture, levier du développement en Afrique.


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