The African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States will mark its 40th anniversary this year with a focus on regional integration, cultural diversity and forging strategic partnerships for the future.
On Thursday the 16th of July 2015, following four days of intense negotiations, an Amendment to the jointly sponsored ACP-EU Convention for the creation and running of the CDE was signed between Cameroon and the Eurepean Union in Brussels, Belgium.
Cameroon was able to convince authorities of the European Union to take action in favour of the contunuity of her Centre for the Development of Enterprise (CDE)-initiated projects that will have direct and substantilal impact on her private sector. Deliberations between the two parties took off with a preliminary axis at the Brussels-based African Carribbean Pacific (ACP) headquarters. Those talks were followed the next day by a heated exchange with the
Cameroon participated on the 3rd and 4th of Juin, 2015 in Brussels (Belgium) at the 3rd European Development Days at many levels. Two Ministers of the Republique were present. The Minister of Trade, Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana, in his capacity as Special Guest Speaker of the European Union; and the Minisster of Delgate of Territorial Administration, Decentralisation, and Decentralisation, M. Jules Doret Ndongo, who was leading a delegation of Mayors, under the aeigis of the Director General of the Special Council Support Fund for Mutual Assistance (FEICOM) Mr. Philppe Camille Akoa. The delegation of twenty was accompanied by His Excellency Ambassador Daniel Evina Abe'é on Friday the 5th of June to Namur, wherein the Gouvernor that regionn M. Denis Mathen received them.
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