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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

European Parliament:
4th June: Seminar on Food Security

6th June: Committee on Foreign Affairs

European Commission:
4th- 7th June: Green Week 2013

ACP:

3rd June : Ministerial Consultations on Commodities: Cotton, Bananas, Sugar
Bureau of the ACP Council of Ministers
ACP Ministerial Committee on Development Finance Cooperation
CARIFORUM Group

4th June: Official opening of the 97th Session of the ACP Council of Ministers followed by
Plenary Session of the ACP Council of Ministers
Affordable Technologies for ACP - exhibiton

5th June: Plenary Session of the ACP Council of Ministers on the Future Perspectives of the ACP Group
Plenary Session of the ACP Council of Ministers

6th June: ACP-EU Ministerial Committee on Development Finance Cooperation
Official opening of the 38th Session of the ACP-EU Council of Ministers followed by
Plenary Session of the ACP-EU Council of Ministers

7th June: Plenary session of the ACP-EU Council of Ministers

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On the occasion of the launch of the Montpellier report entitled 'Sustainable Intensification: A New Paradigm for African Agriculture' - which took place on 28th May in Brussels - CTA Brussels discussed with Tom Arnold, former Chief executive of Concern Worldwide and member of the Montpellier Panel, on the meaning of the "Sustainable Intensification" concept and the challenges in achieving it.

The final report of the high-level panel appointed by UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon to develop a global vision after the expiry of the millennium development goals (MDGs) in 2015 was evaluated as being “intellectually coherent”, offering a “clear storyline”, and moving on the “debate about poverty and development without losing what's good in the existing agenda”, as reported by The Guardian. It fails however to make clear the actions needed to fulfill the proposed goals, according to the same sources.

Monday, 03 June 2013

West African and European ministers reiterated their commitment to completing negotiations for an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between ECOWAS and the EU, on the occasion of the last EU-ECOWAS political dialogue meeting, which was held on 16 May in Brussels. They pledged to redouble efforts to resolve their differences and reach an EPA that supports development and economic integration in West Africa.

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