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Start Time:Jun 04, 2012|Category: Public

World Environment Day 2012 Focuses on Green Economy

GIS - June 04, 2012: The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, in collaboration with other stakeholders is organising a series of activities to mark World Environment Day (WED) 2012.  WED is celebrated on 5 June and the theme for this year is: Green Economy: Does it include you? WED is one of the principal vehicles used to stimulate worldwide awareness of the environment and enhance political attention and action. This event promotes an understanding that communities are pivotal to changing attitudes towards environmental issues and enables empowerment of people to become active agents of sustainable and equitable developmen ...

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Jun
Start Time:Jun 04, 2012|Category: Public

Prime Minister Ramgoolam to Meet his British Counterpart in London to Discuss Chagos Issue

GIS - June 04, 2012: The Prime Minister, Dr Navinchandra Ramgoolam, GCSK, FRCP left Mauritius yesterday for the United Kingdom on an official mission. He will have a tête à tête with the British Prime Minister, Mr David Cameron, at 10 Downing Street to discuss, amongst others, the sovereignty of Mauritius over the Chagos archipelago and piracy.During his visit  the Prime Minister  will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Great Britain on the conditions of transfer of suspected pirates and seized property to Mauritius.The MoU defines the conditions and modalities for the transfer of persons suspected of attempting to commit, committing or having committed acts of piracy, and captured and ...

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Jun
Start Time:Jun 01, 2012|Category: Public

COMESA-EAC-SADC, Tripartite Trade Negotiating Forum opens in Mauritius

GIS - June 01, 2012: The 3rd Meeting of the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Trade Negotiating Forum opened this morning at Grand Bay International Conference Centre.The Tripartite initiative aims at harmonising the trade regimes of the COMESA, EAC and SADC through the establishment of an enlarged Free Trade Area (FTA). The objective of the Tripartite FTA is to achieve a larger market with a single economic space which will make it more attractive to investment and large scale production.Around 130 delegates from 26 Tripartite Member States are attending the three-day forum in Grand Bay.The Principle of Special and Differential Treatment and the Status of the Draft Tripartite FTA Agreement consti ...

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