Update on Negotiations

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.



ACP Public Documents

ACP documents which are visible to all visitors to the site, with or without a login.

BAPA+40: ACP Side Event in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 21-3-2019

Request to be registered in an ACP IT-companies database

Companies with expertise in the following areas of specialization are kindly requested to register in the ACP database by completing the attached form:

·         Web design, information systems design and implementation

·         Knowledge IT platform design, management of knowledge-based tools

Statement by H.E. Mrs Sheila Sealy Monteith, Ambassador of Jamaica, at her final meeting as Chairman of the Committee of Ambassadors, 26 July 2018

Dean of the ACP Group of Ambassadors, Excellencies, dear Colleagues, Secretary General, Members of staff of the Embassies of ACP Member States, Management and Staff of the ACP Secretariat

Financing ACP projects: the EIB and the Cotonou Investment Facility

Between 2003 and 2008 the European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide nearly €4 billion in refundable aid to projects in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. Part of this will be made available through the new Investment Facility, provided for under the Cotonou Agreement.
The Facility was officially launched on 2 June by Presidents Mwai Kibaki (Kenya) and Abdoulaye Wade (Senegal) and EIB President Philippe Maystadt.

Avenue Georges Henri 451
B - 1200 Bruxelles - Brussels
Belgique - Belgium
email : info@acp.int
Tel: +32 2 743 06 00
Fax: +32 2 735 55 73
see map/voir plan

ACP Events
« March 2019 »
ACP Public Documents

The ACP Group is a registered trademark. The ACP logo and material on this site are protected by copyright laws and international treaty provisions. Unauthorised use of the ACP logo or copyright material without written permission is punishable by law.