Brazzaville, Congo (PANA) – A preparatory meeting for the Conference of heads of State of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC), scheduled for 25 July, began here Sunday, PANA learnt Monday.
The preparatory meeting, which is the 23rd ordinary session of the Council of Ministers of the Central African Economic Union (UEAC), is expected to come up with a list of community projects which will be submitted to the heads of State for consideration.
The projects included the Community Air Transports Company (Air CEMAC); the CEMAC biometric passport; the ratification of the revised treaties and conventions signed several years ago; the Economic and Regional Programme (PER), and funding for the community.
The quest for good governance in the sector of raw materials, reform of public markets, the region's accounting system and capacity building for the CEMAC Commission will also be dealt with during the ministers' meeting.
Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Chad are all member States of UEAC.
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