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Tuesday, 01 December 2015

Council meeting boosts momentum on ACP Group future perspectives

The ACP Council of Ministers concluded its 102nd session on 25th November 2015 with a renewed commitment to ensuring the success of the upcoming 8th Summit of ACP Heads of State and Government in 2016, which will be a pivotal point for the organisation, as it undergoes a review and reorientation process to position itself as a more effective global player. Council approved the offer from Papua New Guinea to host the 8th Summit in its capital city Port Moresby from 30 May – 1 June 2016 under the theme: “Repositioning the ACP Group to respond to the challenges of Sustainable Development”. The Summit is expected to pronounce a clear direction on the future of the ACP Group as an organisation, in terms of how it delivers on the sustainable development goals of its Member States and populations, as well as the future partnership between the ACP countries and the European Union. The Summit will also consider recommendations for organisational reforms, informed by the report of the ACP Eminent Persons Group chaired by former President of Nigeria Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, which is due in early 2016, and that of the Ambassadorial Working Group on Future Perspectives, which was approved by Council in December 2014. Along with the endorsing of the preparations for the 8th Summit, the ACP Council of Ministers passed 13 decisions, four resolutions and two declarations on other key matters (...)


Source: ACP Secretariat