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AEEPAlliance Européene pour l'Ethique en Publicité (French: European Advertising Standards Alliance EASA, Brussels Belgium)
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'The Protocol is expected to guide Africa-EU relations when the current Cotonou Agreement, which governs ACP-EU relations, expires in 2020.
Shoukry and Coveney had insightful consultations on the peace process in the Middle East and the ways of working toward a comprehensive, just, and lasting peace between Israel and Palestine, as well as the Africa-EU cooperation, following the Egyptian presidency of the African Union (AU) and Egypt's priorities that seek inter alia, promoting economic and social development in Africa, developing the African industrialisation and agricultural systems in order to achieve food security, and strengthening the cooperation between the AU and international, regional, and the local developmental and peace partners.
13:30 Egypt is an integral part of the African union, and must be an essential part of the Africa-EU partnership as new agreements are needed, German delegate.
So far, the Africa-EU strategic partnership is progressing well.
The parties committed to invest in economies and people by stepping up existing cooperation on agriculture and agribusinesses and the digital economy, and dedicated themselves to continue the active engagement with youth in the Africa-EU partnership in innovative and meaningful ways.
The event was supported by the Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP).
According to a statement by the Presidency of the Republic, the meeting also focused on the agenda of the 5th Africa-EU Summit to be held in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire on November 29 and 30.
To complement these efforts, an additional pro- gramme -- the Africa-EU Renewable Energy Coope- ration Programme (RECP) -- has been set up by the European Commission, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Finland.
To complement these efforts, an additional programme --the Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP)--has been set up by the European Commission, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Finland.
A central part of the recently announced Africa-EU Partnership, AfricaConnect2 will fulfill both continents wish to connect research and education communities across borders and accelerate scientific breakthroughs.
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