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EU-ACP: towards which partnership?

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Tuesday, 19 June 2018

EU-ACP: towards which partnership?

MEPs and African, Caribbean and Pacific MPs are shaping their future their partnership at a three-day ACP-EU joint parliamentary assembly in Brussels. Members of the European Parliament and their counterparts from 78 African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries are meeting in Brussels from 18-20 June for their last joint session before talks on renewing the ACP-EU partnership start in August 2018. On the agenda at the three-day ACP-EU joint parliamentary assembly (JPA): migration, terrorism, population growth, the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan and future relations after the Cotonou Agreement. “We would like the Post-Cotonou framework to include an enhanced role the ACP-EU JPA. This will enable this Assembly to continue to play its role in the successor agreement that ensures multilateral governance with common objectives for the benefit of the peoples”, said Joseph Owona Kono (Cameroon), Co-Chair of the JPA for ACP countries, echoing the resolution adopted by the European Parliament on 14 June. Population growth, its challenges and opportunities will also be the focus of debates among parliamentarians from 78 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries and their European counterparts.

Source: europeansting.com