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The African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) is a group of countries in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific that was created by the Georgetown Agreement in 1975. The group\'s main objectives are sustainable development and poverty reduction within its member states, as well as their greater integration into the world\'s economy. All of the member states, except Cuba, are signatories to the Cotonou Agreement with the European Union.

French is the official language of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. English is the official language of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States is an instance of intergovernmental organization. African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States headquarterses location Brussels. Kenya is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. Ethiopia is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. Ghana is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. Cuba is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States.

Barbados is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. Belize is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. South Africa is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. East Timor is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. Chad is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States.

Tuvalu is a member of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. Zuckerprotokoll contains African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States.