Professor the Hon. Robert Dussey, ACP Chief Negotiator and Stefano Manservisi, EC Director-General briefed the media in Brussels on the outcome of the meeting of the ACP EU Negotiators held on Friday 14 December 2018 at ACP House. The Negotiators confirmed good progress made by the Parties on the Structure of the New ACP-EU Agreement which will be a legally binding Treaty of at least 20 years duration.

The Media was also informed that informal mapping of issues for Regional Protocols in Africa, Caribbean and the Pacific as integral to the New Agreement, could begin in February 2019.
The next meeting of the Chief Negotiators to review progress is carded for March 2019.
(Also in photo Hon. Rimnick Pato, Foreign Minister of Papua New Guinea and Ms. D. Walsweer-Sore, ACP Secretariat)