and Territories Association
On Wednesday 11 May, the European Commission and OCTA signed the operational grant that will enable OCTA to carry out its activities for 2022, as defined in its annual work programme and, in the longer term, in its strategy for 2021-2027.
The signature of the grant took place in Brussels in the offices of the European Commission’s Directorate General for International Partnerships. It was signed by Ms. Sylvie Millot, Head of the “Overseas Countries and Territories” Unit and representative of the European Commission, and by Mr. Juan Thijsen, President of OCTA’s Executive Committee and EU Representative for Aruba.
For more information, please contact Pablo Lopez-Herrerias, Coordinator of OCTA’ Secretariat, at: firstname.lastname@example.org