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The ACP Group of States is one of the most enduring institutions in international relations. It is the largest intergovernmental association of developing countries, with 79 member states from Sub-Saharan Africa (grouped into four regions), the Caribbean and the Pacific. Members work together for the eradication of poverty, sustainable development, and the gradual, sound integration of ACP states into the world economy. All members, save Cuba, are signatories to the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement, also known as the Cotonou Agreement, which gives the ACP Group a privileged relationship with the European Community, including development cooperation and financing, trade and political dialogue.

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Western Africa Eastern AfricaCentral Africa
BeninBurundiCameroon
Burkina FasoComoresCentral African Republic
Cap VertDjiboutiChad
Côte d’IvoireEritreaRepublic of Congo
The GambiaEthiopiaDemocratic Republic of Congo
GhanaKenyaEquatorial Guinea
GuineaMadagascarGabon
Guinea BissauMauritiusSao Tome and Principe
LiberiaRwanda
MaliMauritius
MauritaniaSomalia
NigerSudan
NigeriaTanzania
SenegalUganda
Sierra Leone(South Sudan)
Togo
Southern Africa CaribbeanPacific
AngolaAntigua & BarbudaCook Islands
BotswanaBahamasFiji
LesothoBarbadosKiribati
MalawiBelizeMarshall Islands
MozambiqueCubaFederated States of Micronesia
NamibiaDominicaNauru
SwazilandDominican RepublicNiue
ZambiaGrenadaPalau
ZimbabweGuyanaPapua New Guinea
HaitiSamoa
JamaicaSolomon Islands
St Kitts & NevisTimor Leste
St LuciaTonga
St Vincent
& the Grenadines
Tuvalu
SurinameVanuatu
Trinidad and Tobago

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