Agreement amending for the second time the partnership agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific group of estates, on the one part and the European Community, on the other part, signed in Cotonou 23 June 2000
Summary: The objective is to amend, for the second time, the Partnership Agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part, to enhance the effectiveness and quality of the ACP-EU partnership. Signed: 22/06/2010 Sanctioned and promulgated: 01/07/2011 Entry into force: 01/04/2017 pdf file884_Ondertekende akte in het Engels.pdf (2.11 MB) pdf file884_Decreet.pdf (47 KB)
Summary: The fourth ACP-EP Convention has been amended in the context of major economic and political changes in ACP countries (democratization process, structural adjustment), in Europe (enlargement, increasing attention to East European and Mediterranean partners), and in the international environment (Uruguay Round Agreement).
Agreement amending the Partnership Agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part
Summary: The overriding objective of revision process was to enhance the effectiveness and quality of the ACP-EU partnership. By this amendment ICC, WMD and non proliferation clauses were inserted.
Agreement between the Belgian-Luxembourg Economic Union, on the one hand, and the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, on the other hand, on the reciprocal promotion and protection of investments
Summary: The Parties wish to strengthen their economic cooperation by creating favourable conditions for investments by investors from one Contracting Party in the territory of the other Contracting Party. Signed: 26/10/2006 Sanctioned and promulgated: 08/06/2007 pdf file712_Agreement in English.pdf (163 KB) pdf file712_Decreet.pdf (67 KB)
Project: Improving the representation of African sites on the World Heritage List: upstream support for natural heritage Beneficiary: UNESCO Duration: 2019-2020 Budget: 250.000 USD Africa remains poorly represented on the World Heritage List. It is a longstanding aim for UNESCO to improve this situation. In order to achieve a more balanced representation on the World Heritage List, technical assistance should be provided to African countries in their efforts to nominate sites as World Heritage. This projects wants to contribute to that aim, specifically for key natural sites.
Partnership agreement between the members of the African, Carribean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and, the European Community and its Member States, of the other part
Summary: The aim of the agreement is to promote and expedite the economic, cultural the ACP States, with a view contributinh to peace and security and to promoting a stable and democratic political environment. Signed: 23/06/2000 Sanctioned and promulgated: 06/12/2002 International ratification: 17/01/2003 Entry into force: 01/04/2003 pdf file442_Ondertekende akte in het Engels.pdf (985 KB) pdf file442_Decreet.pdf (135 KB)