Keynote address by the Prime Minister of Fiji, Hon. Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, at the 102nd session of the ACP Council of Ministers, 24 November 2011, Brussels
Statement by the President of the 102nd session of the ACP Council of Ministers, Hon. Dr. Mamphono Khaketla, Minister of Finance of Lesotho, 24 November 2015, Brussels
Brussels, 13 November 2015/ ACP: Members of the Africa Diaspora Network Europe (ADNE), led by President Ms. Marie Chantal Uwitonze, accompanied by Mr. Henri D. N’zouzi, Ms. Manel Msalmi, and Ms. Erika Kaneza met on Wednesday with the Secretary General H.E. Patrick I. Gomes and the Chef de Cabinet Amb Mamour Alieu Jagne, to discuss possibilities of collaboration on projects of mutual interest.
Brussels, November 3, 2015/ ACP: The ACP Eminent Persons Group (EPG) made significant progress on its work on the future propects of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group, with the aim of submitting a final report to ACP Heads of State and Government at the next ACP Summit, which Papua New Guinea has offered to host in May 2016.
Brussels, 31 October 2015/ ACP: An issues paper adopted by the ACP Group’s Sub-committee on Sustainable Development will serve as the basis of a common ACP position at the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP21 in Paris this December.
The paper, deliberated upon by regional and international stakeholders on 28-29 October, covers key issues of convergence for the 79 member states spanning Sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific Islands.
Brussels, 16 October 2015/ ACP: ACP Secretary General H.E Dr. Patrick Gomes met with the Prime Minister of Senegal H.E Mohammed Dionne on the margins of the Rebranding Africa Forum held in Brussels. Also pictured is the Ambassador of Senegal to the EU H.E Amadou Diop (right).
Statement by the Director General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Roberto Azevedo at the ACP Trade Ministers meeting, 21 October 2015, Brussels
I am very pleased to be with you today. This conversation couldn't be more timely, and I hope it will also be very interactive.
I saw many of you yesterday at the African Union meeting, and I apologise in advance if I repeat some of the messages I gave during that session.
I would like to start by recognizing the key role played by the ACP in Geneva – and particularly the work of Ambassador Marion Williams as the Coordinator of the ACP Group.