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Monday, 18 December 2017

European Parliament:

15-18 April: European Parliament Plenary
18 April: Committee on Foreign Affairs

Council of the EU:

April 17-18: Informal meeting of EU Trade Ministers
April 15-16: Conference on Hunger • Nutrition • Climate Justice  (Dublin)

European Commission:

April 17: Stakeholder conference on the 2015 international climate agreement

ACP:

April 15-16: 10th Ministerial Meeting of ACP National and Regional Authorizing Officers – Senior Officials
April 15: Bureau of the Committee of Ambassadors
April 16-18: 10th Ministerial Meeting of ACP National and Regional Authorizing Officers
April 17: CARIFORUM Group
April 18: 3rd Meeting of the ACP Inter-Regional Coordination Committee (I-ROCC)

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In an interview with Nathalie Moll, Secretary General of Europabio, the European association of bio-industries, we discussed the differences in synchronization between the adoption rate of GM crops in Europe and at the global scale, and the impact that this has especially on the developing countries in the ACP group.

 

European Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs announced on Monday, 8 April a sum of  €27.5 million to be directed towards investing in people's access to basic services (such as education and health), as well as water management and agriculture in Darfur, a region in Western Sudan.

The European Commission presented on March 27 a package of initiatives to make trade mark registration systems over the European Union cheaper, quicker, more reliable and predictable.

Friday, 12 April 2013

The group of ACP Sugar Suppliers from least developed countries (LDCs) to the EU is disappointed with the EU Agriculture Council’s agreement to extend the quotas for sugar by only  two years to 2017 instead of 2020 as agreed by the European Parliament, and sees the Council’s mandate as a tantamount to treating the ACP/LDC as ‘residual players to be considered solely as collateral damage in a political compromise’.

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