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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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Building Pacific Resilience to Climate Change Across 15 Countries

Brussels, 02 April 2019/ACP: This week signals the start of a EUR 12 million project designed to build the resilience of 15 Pacific countries to threats posed by climate change, which Pacific Island Forum leaders have repeatedly identified as the single greatest threat to the livelihoods, security and well-being of the peoples of the Pacific. 

ACP’s efforts post-Cotonou must be economically sustainable – says the President of the ACP Council of Ministers

Brussels, 02 April 2019/ACP: Namibia has reaffirmed its commitment to the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) and European Union (EU) partnership and says it will do all it can to honour and work toward the commitments embodied in the Cotonou Agreement and post-Cotonou when it expires in 2020. This was the message by Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development of the Republic of Namibia and President of the ACP Council of Ministers, Tjekero Tweya, when he spoke at the 37TH session of ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly that took place in Bucharest, Romania. 

Chief Negotiators meet in Chad to advance new ACP-EU Partnership negotiations

Brussels, 28 March 2019/ACP: The Republic of Chad will host the 4th Meeting of the ACP Ministerial Central Negotiating Group on 3 April, which will be followed by the 3rd Meeting of the ACP-EU Chief Negotiators on 4 April in the capital N'Djamena. This follows the offer by the Chadian authorities to host the meeting at the last ministerial meeting of the CNG held in the margins of the 108th session of the ACP-EU Council of Ministers, which was also chaired by Chad.
 

ACP countries urged to cooperate more in order to survive changing global world

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mar 26, CMC – A two-day inter-regional high level consultation on comparative regionalism in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific (ACP) began here on Tuesday with Barbados underscoring the need for the 79-member grouping to build a strong, vibrant and energetic relationship among themselves especially in a changing global environment.
 

Landmark Resolution Calls for ACP-EU Partnership's 'Greater Presence' at the UN

Brussels 01 April 2019/ACP:  In a landmark resolution, the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly's 37th Session from March 18-20, 2019 in Bucharest, the capital of Romania, has called for the ACP-EU partnership to have "a greater presence at the UN with, as a minimum, an ACP-EU coordination unit having a seat at the UN."

It also pleads for "permanent ACP-EU working mechanisms across UN special agencies and other global institutions to enhance the global visibility of the ACP-EU partnership."

ACP Launches Emergency Appeal for Victims of Cyclone Idai

Brussels, 26 March 2019/ACP: The severe floods and devastating impacts of Cyclone Idai have resulted in substantial loss of life and livelihoods, significant damage to public and private infrastructure and the displacement of thousands of people in the affected Southern African countries of Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. 

Inter-Regional High-Level Consultation in Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados 26 March 2019/ACP:  ACP Secretary General Dr. Patrick Gomes will address a two-day inter-regional high-level consultation in Barbados from 26 to 27 March 2019 on comparative regionalism in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific.
 
The conference, dubbed “Revisiting the Georgetown Agreement: Comparative Region-Building in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific” is being organised by the ACP Secretariat, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation (IPATC), and the Shridath Ramphal Centre for International Trade Law, Policy & Service.
 

37th Session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly

Bucharest, 19 March 2019/ACP: The 37th plenary of the Joint Parliamentary Assembly(JPA) was formally opened on Monday 18 March by Louis Michel and Joseph Owana Kono, co-presidents of the Joint Parliamentary Assembly (JPA), Maria-Magdalena Grigore, State Secretary in the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Călin Popescu Tăriceanu, President of the Romanian Senate.

Statement by Honourable Joseph Hyacinthe Owona kono, ACP Co-President of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly at the Opening Ceremony of the 37th Session of the ACP-EU Joint P parliamentary Assembly.

Honourable Louis Michel, Co-President of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly,
 
Honourable Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu, President of the Senate of the Republic of Romania,
 
H.E. Teodor Melescanu, Minister of Foreign Affairs
 
Fellow Parliamentarians, Members of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly,
 
Distinguished guests, 
 
Ladies and gentlemen,
 


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