Conférence ministérielle de la Francophonie (CMF)
1991-11-21 Paris France
21 Nov 1991, Paris (France). A common organ of the Sommet and of E-XE3879 - Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) (formerly H-XC3983 - Agence intergouvernementale de La Francophonie), being "General Conference" of the latter. Set up by resolution of F-XF1536 - Conférence au sommet des chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement des pays ayant le français en partage (Sommet de la Francophonie). First conference: 7-9 Dec 1992, Paris.
Ensure political continuity between the Summits.
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Comprises ministers of foreign affairs or of the French-speaking community of governments and States represented in the 'Sommet francophone', meets annually. President is minister representing the country having held the previous summit and responsible for the follow-up. President of E-XE3041 - Conseil permanent de la Francophonie (CPF) participates fully and acts as consultant at all meetings. Special links with: F-XF3673 - Conférence des ministres de l'éducation des Etats et gouvernements de la Francophonie (CONFEMEN).
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