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On 13 February 2019, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Eswatini (formally Swaziland) to the EU, H.E. Ambassador Sibusisiwe Mngomezulu, conducted a visit to the Energy Charter Secretariat. Eswatini recently finalised the necessary technical requirements prescribed under the accession procedures to the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT). The Kingdom was formally invited to accede to the Treaty at the 29th...

As of 1 January 2019, Albania assumed the Chairmanship of the Energy Charter Conference for the year. The Conference works on an annually rotating basis, and each year a new country takes over leadership to direct the highest decision-making body of the Energy Charter process

On 5 and 6 February, the Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development hosted a fact-finding mission related to the country’s participation in the flagship publication, the Energy Investment Risk Assessment (EIRA). The Head of the Secretariat’s Investment Unit Mr David Kramer and Expansion Unit Coordinator Mr Can Öğütçü conducted meetings with Mr Mohammed Ghazali, Secretary...

The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) entered into force for the Republic of Yemen on 29 January 2019. Yemen has been formally involved in the Energy Charter Process since December 2013, when it undertook the step of requesting observer-ship by Invitation during the Energy Charter Conference in Nicosia. The country then became an Observer in November 2014, signing the European Energy Charter. It also...


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