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Dame Taylor addresses PACP leaders in Pohnpei

Friday, September 09, 2016

Update: 12:55PM LEADERS of the Pacific group of the African, Caribbean, Pacific group of states (PACP) and their representatives met yesterday in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia.

The Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum, Dame Meg Taylor, in her opening speech encouraged the strategic engagement of leaders in identifying the key elements that would form the region's position in the upcoming discussion on a new ACP - European Union (EU) Partnership post 2020.

According to the Pacific Island Forum Secretariat, the Secretary General emphasised the importance of ensuring that the Pacific region's priorities and key regional processes were taken into account in the development of the wider ACP priorities for post Cotonou discussions.

She reaffirmed the commitment of the Forum Secretariat in supporting member states in progressing PACP issues and in the implementation of the Pacific Regional Indicative Program under the 11th European Development Fund. 

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