Statement by the Secretary General: "The ACP Group: Vision and Objectives, Growth and Evolution, and Lessons Learned" - Session 1, EPG Consultations, 2 June 2014, Malabo - Equatorial Guinea
Statement by the Secretary General at the Opening of the Central African Regional Consultations of the Eminent Persons Group, 2 June 2014, Malabo - Equatorial Guinea
Seychelles, Ghana sign administrative cooperation agreement for implementation of cumulation provisions under the ACP-EU Economic Partnership Agreement
Victoria, 30 May 204/ MFA Seychelles: On the 20th May 2014, the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Seychelles and of the Republic of Ghana signed an agreement on administrative cooperation (ACA) to fulfill the requirements for cumulation with ACP countries laid down under the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA). It is believed that this agreement between Ghana and Seychelles is the first of its kind to be signed by two ACP States – in view of satisfying the administrative requirements under their respective trading arrangements with the EU.
Brussels, 20 May 2014/ ACP: The ACP Secretary General welcomed the Ambassador of the Republic of Bangladesh to Belgium, the European Union and Luxembourg, H.E Ms. Ismat Jahan to the ACP House for a courtesy visit on Thursday 15 May. The aim was to learn more about the ACP Group and exchange views on how countries such as hers can work better with the ACP in strengthening South-South cooperation.