Association of the European Economic Community and the African and Malagasy States
Association entre la Communauté européenne et les Etats africains et malgache associés (EAMA)
1963-07-20 Yaoundé Cameroon
20 Jul 1963, Yaoundé (Cameroon), as Associated States of Africa and Madagascar (ASAM) -- Etats africains et malgache associés au Marché Commun, on signature of the first Convention of Cooperation among francophone African and Malagasy States associated with the European Community - H-XD0665 - European Community - which entered into force 1 Jul 1964, and was also known as Yaoundé Convention. A second Convention, signed 29 Jul 1969, expired 31 Jan 1975, was known by the same name. These two Conventions were forerunners of 'Georgetown Agreement', the basis of the establishment, 6 Jun 1975, of F-XF0671 - African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group), which superseded EAMA. Forerunner to F-XF4360 - European Development Fund (EDF).
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