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Malawi. Country Strategy Paper and National Indicative Programme for the period 2008-2013

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Microsoft Word - CSP Malawi.doc Republic of Malawi- European Community Country Strategy Paper and National Indicative Programme for the period 2008-2013 • The Government of the Republic of Malawi and the European Commission hereby agree as follows: (I) The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by Mr Goodall E. Gondwe, Minister of Finance, and the European Commission, represented by Mr Alessandro Mariani, Head of the European Commission Delegation in the Republic of Malawi, hereinafter referred to as the "parties", held discussions in Lilongwe from March 2006 till September 2007 with a view to determining the general approach to cooperation for the period 2008 - 2013. During these discussions, the Country Strategy Paper and an Indicative Programme of Community Aid in favour of the Republic of Malawi were drawn up in accordance with the provisions of Articles 2 and 4 of Annex N to the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 2000 as revised in Luxembourg on 25 June 2005. These discussions complete the programming process in Malawi. The Country Strategy Paper and the Indicative Programme are annexed to the present document. (2) As regards the indicative programmable financial resources which the Community envisages to make available to the Republic of Malawi for the period 20(!8-2013, an amount of € 436 million is foreseen for the allocatidn referred to in Article 3.2 (a) of Annex IV of the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement (A-allocation) and o!" € 15 million for the allocation referred to in Article 3.2 (b) (B-allocation). These allocations are not entitlements and may be revised by the Community, following the conl.pletion of mid-term and end-of- term reviews, in accordance witli Article 5.7 of Annex IV to the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement. (3) The A-allocation is destined to cover macroeconomic support, sectoral policies, progra,'l11!les and projects in support of the focal or non-focal areas of Community assistance. The

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