Joint Africa-EU Task Force Meeting

AU The Joint Task Force will meet from 20 to 21 October to discuss the cooperation between EU and AU in all eight partnerships. It will prepare work for the upcoming Africa-EU Summit on 29-30 November in Tripoli, Libya. Participants will discuss progress in each of the eight partnerships of the Joint Africa EU Strategy, and agree on an Action Plan for the period 2011-2013, which will be adopted at the Summit.

Traditionally, the Joint Task Force brings together services from the European Commission and the African Union Commission to discuss cooperation between both Commissions.

Since March 2009, the Joint Task Force also includes the co-chairs of joint Europe-Africa experts groups in each of the eight EU-Africa partnerships (Peace and Security; Democratic Governance and Human Rights; Trade, Regional Integration, and Infrastructre; the Millennium Development Goals; Energy; Climate Change; Migration, Mobility and Employment; and Science, Information Society and Space) and representatives from civil society, the private sector, and representatives from the European and Pan-African Parliament.

Further information

  • Open the agenda of the meeting here.

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