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Thursday, 14 December 2017

The 18th Brussels Development Briefing will be on natural disasters, humanitarian assistance and rural development and will take place on 12th May 2010 (8h30-13h00) at the Borschette Center, Room 1A. This Briefing will discuss Humanitarian needs and responses looking first at recent trends and challenges and innovative and responsive approaches to future challenges. 

Our video guest this week is Dr. Emile Frison. He is the director general of Bioversity International, an international research organisation on agriculture based in Italy. In this interview, Dr. frison explains the mission of Bioversity International and the main Biodiversity Challenges faced by ACP countries.

European Parliament (Brussels): 
- 12th April: Meeting of the Agricultural and Rural Development Committee 
- 12th April: Meeting of the Development Committee
EU Presidency (Spain):
- 15th to 16th April: 4th Ministerial Conference on Integration of immigrants
- 16th to 18th April: Informal Meeting of Economy and Treasury Ministers
ACP Secretariat (Brussels):
- 13th April: Bureau of the Committee of Ambassadors

For more information please consult the calendar on our webpage http://brussels.cta.int/

Friday, 09 April 2010
Representatives of the government of Mauritania and the European Union (EU) have started to review the application of the fisheries agreement between the two parties, which came into force two years ago. For his part, Hans-Georg Gerstenlauer, head of the EU delegation in Nouakchott, reiterated that the process of democratic transition in Mauritania and its return to constitutional order in January had enabled the Council of Europe to give a green light to the return to full cooperation between the EU and Mauritania.
The EU's Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) is a trade arrangement through which the EU prvides preferential access to the EU market to 176 developing countries and territories, in the form of reduced tariffs for their goods when entering the EU market. The GSP scheme is an important element in the EU's active support for the sustainable development of developing countries.
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