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African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States



EPG briefs ACP Ambassadors to the WTO

The Drafting Committee of the Eminent Persons Group met the ACP Ambassadors to the World Trade Organization (WTO) to solicit their views on the Group’s future perspectives up to and beyond 2020 when the Partnership Agreement with...[more]


Final round of regional talks on ACP future concluded

The Eminent Persons Group (EPG) has concluded the final round of regional consultations in Luanda, Angola as part of an 18-month review of the ACP Group.[more]


Drafting Committee on track with report on ACP future

The Drafting Committee of the Eminent Persons Group (EPG) concluded a vigorous week of work in Brussels on Friday, preparing its report on the future orientation of the ACP Group. The report is to be a key item on the agenda for...[more]


EPG Drafting Committee kicks off work with first meeting in Brussels

A year shy of its 40th anniversary, the 79-member ACP Group is undergoing a period of profound self-review. This week the Drafting Committee of the Eminent Persons Group launched their work to analyse the data collected so far...[more]


Statement by ACP Secretary General at the EPG's East Africa Regional Consultations

The ACP Secretary General H.E Alhaji Muhammad Mumuni lays out the context of the EPG's work, and its importance for Africa, Caribbean and Pacific people.[more]


ACP Group should remain, concludes Pacific meeting

There was a general consensus that the ACP Group should remain, but in a re-calibrated form that ensures its relevance, effectiveness and visibility as a twenty first century organisation, and as a platform for a global voice...[more]


Pacific called to consult on post-2020 ACP-EU relations

The first consultation of the Eminent Persons Group (EPG) will be held in Apia, Samoa from 17-19 October 2013. This is the first in a series of six regional consultations in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific to solicit the...[more]

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