The Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Botswana is responsible for managing official relations between the European Union (EU) and Botswana.
These relations are conducted within the framework of the Cotonou Agreement, a global agreement signed in 2000 between African, Caribbean and the Pacific Group of States and the European Union. The cooperation between the two started in 1981 under the Lomé Conventions, precursor to the present Cotonou Agreement. Through the Cotonou Agreement a comprehensive partnership is established based on three complementary pillars:
- Political Dimension
- Economic and Trade Cooperation
- Technical and Financial Cooperation
The EU and Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland signed the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) in Kasane on 10 June 2016. The Agreement was ratified by all SADC EPA States with the exception of Mozambique and entered into provisional application on 10 October 2016. In this video we share the 10 benefits of the EPA
Posted by European Union in Botswana on Freitag, 21. April 2017
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