Group of Twenty Four (G-24)
Groupe des vingt quatre
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1 Aug 1989, following the F-XF2036 - Group of Eight (G-8) Paris (France) Summit of the Arch, 15 Jul 1989. Comes under the chairmanship and secretariat of the E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Also referred to as Group of 24 -- Groupe des 24.
Coordinate assistance to countries of Central and Eastern Europe so as to facilitate their economic and democratic reform: humanitarian and food aid (when necessary); economic restructuring assistance, including investment and infrastructure; macro financial assistance.
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G-24 Secretariat operates in DGIA, General Directorate of the European Commission: day-to-day consultation with G-24 representations in Brussels (Belgium) via meetings of the 'Brussels Network'; works closely with officials of the H-XF1513 - Assistance for Economic Restructuring in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe responsible for Community programmes to Central and Eastern Europe. Global horizontal contacts - infrequent meetings involving all G-24 countries, representatives from international financial institutions and occasionally beneficiary countries; meetings are at senior official level and discuss strategic and political aspects of G-24 assistance. Ad hoc horizontal sectoral working groups as appropriate. Horizontal sectoral and general meetings are gradually being replaced by more country-specific meetings to address specific problems or issues In most countries in-country coordination meetings are gradually replacing coordination in Brussels.
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