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Monday, 23 October 2017

The 79 Member States of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP) welcomes this timely and relevant meeting on migration. The ACP-European Union Cotonou Agreement provides for an on-going dialogue on migratory flows which is jointly pursued to address protection of human rights, non-discrimination in treatment of third country nationals, and of strategies to reduce poverty, the basic issue of the ACP-EU Dialogue on Migration. In our view, Migration phenomena are a pervasive reality of a globalised century.

The European Parliament has approved an agreement granting duty-free access to the European Union market for products from Namibia, Mozambique, Botswana, Swaziland and Lesotho, and improved market access for South Africa. A press release from Delegation of the European Union to Botswana says the agreement that Members of European Parliament (MEPs) approved, on Wednesday, by 417 votes to 216, with 66 abstentions "will help our African partner states to reduce poverty and can also facilitate their smooth and gradual integration into the world economy."

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