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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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Condolences at loss of former President of ACP Council of Ministers

Brussels, 7 March 2012/ ACP: The ACP Secretariat has conveyed its deep condolences over the recent death of former Prime Minister of Grenada Hon. George Ignatius Brizan, who will be laid to rest in a state funeral on 16 March in the Caribbean country’s capital, St George’s.

He passed away on 18 February 2012 at age 69.

New Chief Legal Counsel appointed for ACP Group

Brussels, 7 March 2012/ ACP: The Secretariat of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) welcomed its newest member, Chief Legal Counsel Ms Katalaina Maka Sapolu on 1 March 2012.

ACP celebrates women’s creative contributions in Brussels

Brussels, 5 March 2012/ ACP: A children’s book and a film about a legendary Caribbean musician will be amongst several highlights of an evening dedicated to women, organised by the ACP Secretariat for International Women’s Day this Thursday 8 March.

ACP celebrates women’s creative contributions in Brussels

/Brussels, 5 March 2012/ ACP/: A children’s book and a film about the life of a legendary Caribbean musician will be amongst several highlights of an evening dedicated to women, organised by the ACP Secretariat for International Women’s Day this Thursday 8 March.

ACP Ambassadors receive former Burundi President

Brussels, 2 March 2012/ ACP: Former President of Burundi Pierre Buyoya will call on African, Caribbean and Pacific Ambassadors at the ACP House in Brussels this afternoon to speak on peace and security issues and to present his new book on inter-Burundi conflict and peacebuilding processes.

ACP underscores collective support for Somalia’s peace-building process

Brussels, 24 February 2012/ ACP: The ACP Group of States have declared solidarity with member country Somalia, supporting intensified efforts to reclaim national peace and stability after more than a decade of political transition.

NEWS: Zimbabwe-EU trade rises

Harare, 22 February 2012/ AllAfrica.com: ZIMBABWE’S trade with the European Union increased by 36 percent last year, reaching 664 million euros from 488 million euros in 2010, the European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Aldo Dell’Ariccia, has said.

Ambassador Dell’Ariccia said initial data on Zimbabwe-EU trade in 2011 showed improvements in both imports and exports.

The ambassador was speaking at a seminar on the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement hosted by ZimTrade yesterday.

ACP, Equatorial Guinea push ahead with groundwork for major leaders’ summit

Brussels, 23 February 2012/ ACP: Major players are on the move with preparations for the 7th ACP Heads of State Summit scheduled for December 2012.

ACP Group launches anthem competition

Brussels, 22 February 2012/ ACP: Composers and musical groups throughout the 79 member states of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group have been invited to submit entries for a common anthem that would embody the “spirit, ideals and objectives” of the Group.

NEWS: EAC high level workshop on WTO and EPA negotiations concludes

ARUSHA, Tanzania, 17 February 2012/ APO: A four-day workshop by the East African Community (EAC) on the interaction between the WTO and EPA negotiations ended yesterday at the Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge in Arusha, Tanzania.

 


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