Luanda – An Angolan delegation attends the 20th extraordinary session of the African Union Executive Council (AU), launched Wednesday at the AU headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The two-day meeting follows the preparation of the 11th extraordinary ordinary session of the Assembly of African Union Heads of State and Government (AU) on 17-18 November 2018.
The Angolan delegation to the event is headed by Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Tete António, according to a note sent by the Permanent Representation of Angola to the AU and the UN Economic Commission for Africa.
The meeting will examine proposals for reforming the structure and portfolio of the AU Commission senior management.
The meeting will also focus on selecting the Commission's top management, administrative and financial reforms and the mandate of the AU Development Agency (AUDA), in accordance with Assembly Assembly Decision / AU / Dec.691 (XXXI).
However, the participants will also consider the division of labor between the AU, REC, continental organizations and Member States, the strengthening of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), Union funding and the AU Peace Fund.
In addition, the meeting will have information on the Report of the President of the Executive Council on the outcome of the 19th Extraordinary Executive Board Meeting on post-2020 for the ACP and will prepare the draft decisions, the draft agenda and the draft work program of the 11th Extraordinary Session of the Assembly.