CEEAC

AcronymDefinition
CEEACCommunaute Economique Des Etats De L'afrique Centrale (French: Economic Community of Central African States)
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beaucoup moins que]Les forces de la CEEAC, presentes en Centrafrique, soit quelque 560 soldats, sont en etat d'alerte maximale, et la ville de Damara constitue la limite a ne pas franchir.
Selon le communique final du sommet, la CEEAC a "exclu toute option militaire au reglement de la crise" et appele a '"l'ouverture sans delai de negociations a Libreville" entre le Seleka et le gouvernement.
Un sommet extraordinaire des chefs d'Etat de la CEEAC a ete convoque pour ce vendredi pour se pencher sur la situation de la Republique Centrafricaine", a indique a l'AFP un haut responsable du ministere des Affaires etrangeres sous couvert de l'anonymat.
ECCAS, Protocole Relatif a la Strategie de Securitisation des Interets Vitaux en Mer des Etats de la CEEAC du Golfe de Guinee, Yaounde, Cameroon, 24 October 2009.
It is also host to the Economic Community of Central African States (ECAS or CEEAC by its French acronym).
Under an agreement brokered by the CEEAC last year, the CNT elected Djotodia to his position as interim president in April to take Central African Republic to elections, due at the end of this year.
A cet egard, nous nous felicitons de l'action determinante de la CEDEAO au Mali et encourageons, aujourd'hui, celle de la CEEAC en Republique de Centrafrique, en relation avec la France et les Nations Unies.
It is a member of the Central African Economic and Monetary Union (CEMAC), which includes Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo, and Gabon, and of the larger Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS, also known by CEEAC, its French acronym).
Other risk and capacity assessments have been developed by a variety of research institutions, NGO networks, and governmental and intergovernmental agencies, among them the British Foreign Office, the European Commission, the Forum on Early Warning and Early Response (FEWER, closed down), UNDP, USAID, and regional organizations such as the African Union, CEEAC, ECOWAS, and IGAD.