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Co-Presidents of the 41st ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly and Secretary General

The 60th Session of the OACPS Parliamentary Assembly (29-31 March 2022) and the 41st Session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (1-3 April 2022), were held in Strasbourg, France

picture of the Palais Kosyam in Burkina Faso

Statement by ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly co-presidents, Peter Kenilorea Jr. and Carlos Zorrinho on the political developments in Burkina Faso

The image shows a satellite view of the volcano eruption in the kingdom of Tonga

Following the volcano eruption that caused a Tsunami and hit the Kingdom of Tonga, the Co-Presidents of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (JPA) Carlos Zorrinho and Peter Kenilorea jr express their solidarity with the people and the government of the Kingdom of Tonga:

ACP-EU logo in the back is slightly covered by flags of member states in the front

The ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly reaffirmed its total commitment to full implementation of the Paris Agreement on climate change and recognises the pressing need to go from words to far more ambitious climate action.

Young woman wearing gloves and holding a face mask with the European symbol

On Monday, 25th October 2021 from 16:30 to 18:00 (Brussels time) there will be an ad hoc meeting with members of the ACP – EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, dedicated to the “Fight against HIV/ AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria and the impact of Covid-19 on it” with Peter Sands, Executive Director of the Global Fund, Olivia Ngou, Executive Director of the Impact Santé Afrique, and the European Commission.

In the upper right corner you can see the logos of the OACPS and European Union and in the bottom left you can see a world map and an image of shaking hands. in the middle you can read 'Post-Cotonou Agreement'

After two years of negotiations, the text of a renewed partnership agreement between the European Union (EU) and the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) states was 'initialled' in April 2021. This new partnership agreement will soon replace the current Cotonou Partnership Agreement.

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