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On 28th September 2018 the ACP Group of States and the EU began negotiations for a successor Agreement to the Cotonou Agreement which comes to an end in February 2020. This section contains all you need to know about the negotiations.

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President Ali Bongo lays out road map towards thriving Gabon

Brussels, 16 October 2012/ ACP: The Republic of Gabon is on due course to achieving socio-economic success, assured President Ali Bongo Ondimba on Tuesday while briefing the ACP Committee of Ambassadors on the nation’s 15-year Strategic Plan for an Emerging Gabon (SPEG).
 

High level talks revive focus on ACP cultural sector

Brussels, 15 October 2012/ ACP: Senior officials from Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) in charge of cultural matters are rallying in Brussels for two days this week in the lead up to the 3rd ACP Ministers of Cultures meeting on 17 and 18 October.
 

ACP meeting with Togo Prime Minister: Dialogue, democracy encouraged

Brussels, 3 October 2012/ ACP: The Prime Minister of Togo, H.E Kwesi Séléagodji Ahoomey-Sunu concluded a 1-day trip to Brussels on Tuesday with a visit to ACP Secretary General H.E Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas.

Tanzania calls for “all hands on board” in charting ACP future

Brussels, 2 October 2012/ ACP: The new Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the European Union (EU), H.E Dr Diodorus Kamala made a plea for solidarity amongst the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) States as the 79-member group weighs up options for the future on the way to reviewing its relations with the EU.
 

Pacific officials meet with EU to progress EPA negotiations

Brussels, 2 October 2012/ PIFS/ACP : Senior officials and trade negotiators from the Pacific ACP (PACP) States are meeting with the European Commission (EC) this week in Brussels to progress the negotiation of their Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU).
 

“Green Path” to sustainable economic development highlight of ACP Open Day

Brussels, 2 October 2012/ ACP: An Open Day event Brussels this week aims to raise awareness about the challenges faced in African, Caribbean and Pacific countries in the area of sustainable economic development, while promoting a “green path” to reducing poverty and building economies. 

NEWS: ACP-EU JPA fact-finding mission report on Fiji "well received"

SUVA, 1 October 2012/ GOF: A report emanating from a joint ACP & EU fact finding mission that visited Fiji this year has been well received by the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly and the Fijian Government.

PRESS RELEASE ACPCultures+: Results of the first Call for Proposals

The ACP-EU support programme for the culture sector of the ACP states, ACPCultures+, is financing 20 projects for a total of €8,3 million.

Suriname gears up to host Joint ACP-EU Parliament meeting

Brussels, 24 September 2012/ ACP: The vibrant Caribbean locale of Paramaribo, Suriname will host the 24th session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, an event that will gather more than 200 participants from Africa, the Caribbean, Pacific and Europe to discuss key issues of ACP-EU cooperation.
 

Brussels Development Briefing on climate change and agriculture

Brussels, 24 September 2012/ CTA/ ACP: An development seminar this week in Brussels will focus on the effects of climate change on the livelihood of farmers in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, and ‘climate smart’ practices that could reduce agricultural contributions to harmful emissions.

 


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