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Centro do Atlântico


​​Since 2021, the Atlantic Centre has been developing a series of guiding documents that establish the basis of cooperation among participating states. This includes the Joint Political Statement agreed to, so far, by 21​​ countries, and the Roadmap for the Development of the Atlantic Centre 2022-2024, proposed by Portugal and endorsed by all its partners. ​

​​​​​After an intense round of negotiations, we are thrilled to have reached a joint political statement that brings together 21​ Atlantic nations around a shared objective: making the Atlantic a more secure and prosperous area.

Through strong partnerships and a deep sense of complementarity, we are certain the Atlantic Centre can gradually become an important voice. We are committed to making the best of existing opportunities and to addressing the most pressing shared security concerns that affect the whole of the Atlantic region, North-South, East-West.

With this commitment, the future of the Atlantic Centre will now be discussed and defined among all Atlantic countries that adhere to this process. Dialogue will continue and this joint statement marks an important starting point in the process of developing a formal institution. All are needed. All are welcome.​​​

Read the Joint Political Statement​ (available only in English)


 Angola  |   Brazil  |   Cabo Verde  |   Cameroon  | Colombia |  Denmark  |  Equatorial-Guinea  |   France  |   Gambia  |   Germany  |   Guinea-Bissau  |   Kingdom of Morocco  |  netherlands.png Netherlands  |  bandeira_nigeria.png Nigeria  |   Portugal  |   São Tomé and Príncipe  |   Senegal  |   Spain  |   United Kingdom  |   United States of America  |   Uruguay  


The Roadmap for the Atlantic Centre was proposed by Portugal, with the aim of establishing the principles and objectives for the development of the Atlantic Centre for the period 2022-2024. The Roadmap was endorsed by the partners in the Centre at the political meeting that took place on January 20th 2022 and provides the guidelines for its activity.

O Roteiro para o Centro do Atlântico foi proposto por Portugal, com vista a definir os princípios e objetivos que estruturarão o desenvolvimento do Centro do Atlântico para o triénio 2022-2024. O Roteiro foi subscrito pelos parceiros que integram o Centro do Atlântico, na reunião política que teve lugar a 20 de janeiro de 2022, e constitui o documento orientador da sua atividade.”​

Downloa​d the Roadmap (available only in English)