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(From Mmegi / The Reporter (Botswana) - AAGM)
Byline: Joel Konopo
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is scheduled to review its cooperation with International Cooperating Partners (ICPs) during its Council of Ministers Consultative Conference in Windhoek, Namibia next month.
The meeting will pave way for aggressive cooperation between SADC and its international partners, SADC chairman of council of ministers, Baledzi Gaolathe said on Wednesday. "We are going to review our cooperation with ICPs and determine the way forward on a number of issues, such as trade," said Gaolathe who is also the Botswana Minister of Finance.
SADC wants to cement and improve its relationship with a number of ICPs such as the European Union (EU), African Development Bank (ADB) and USAID. The relationship between SADC and ICPs is historical and the conference will provide a platform for SADC and the …