“Negotiations on the UK's withdrawal will only start if the UK formally notifies the EU of its intention to leave the Union”, says Didier Reynders, Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs. He was speaking on the 4 July 2016, at Egmont Palace, Brussels, Belgium during
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
L'Union européenne accorde 4 millions d'Euros au Cameroun en faveur d'une amélioration de la qualité du partenariat entre le Cameroun et l’Union Européenne. L'objectif premier du projet intitulé "Facilité de Coopération Technique" (FCT) est de contribuer efficacement à l'exécution de la stratégie de développement du gouvernement (le DSCE) par le biais de programmes de développement pertinents financés par le Fonds européen de développement, ainsi que par une meilleure maîtrise des questions de développement par les acteurs au Cameroun.
The EU-Central Africa Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) for trade and development between the EU and Cameroon will enter into force in the coming days following the recent ratification of the agreement by Cameroon. This ‘interim’ agreement will provide a sustainable guarantee of free access to the European market for any product originating in Cameroon and will foster an increase in trade and the diversification of Cameroon's economic activities.