November 2014 ASEAN Regional Meetings

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There are a number of important ASEAN regional meetings taking place in November, including the Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives to ASEAN and the 25th ASEAN summit, which will also be attended by high level representatives of China, Japan, Korea, India, the United States, and Australia. The key forums of note for our readers are as follows:

November 3-5: ASEAN-ECO Joint Forum on Tourism – Turkey

November 9: Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives to ASEAN (CPR) – Myanmar

November 10: 4th ASEAN Investment Forum – Myanmar

November 10-11: ASEAN Defense Minister Meeting Retreat – Myanmar

November 11: ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM) – Myanmar

November 11: 12th Meeting of the ASEAN Political and Security Community (APSC) Council – Myanmar

November 11: Meeting of the ASEAN Coordinating Council – Myanmar

November 12-13: 25th ASEAN summit (including ASEAN-China summit; ASEAN-Korea summit; ASEAN-Japan summit; ASEAN-US summit; ASEAN-India summit; ASEAN-Australia summit; ASEAN-UN summit – Myanmar)

November 20-22: ASEAN High- Level Consultation: Developing a Regional Framework for Multi-sectorial Pandemic Preparedness and Response – Myanmar

November 24-28: 20th ASEAN Transport Ministers (ATM) – Myanmar

TBC: ASEAN Finance Ministers’ Investors Seminar (AFMIS) – TBC

TBC: ASEAN+3 Finance and Central Bank Deputies Meeting (AFCDM+3) – Japan/Myanmar

TBC: ASCOPE Council Meeting – Indonesia

TBC:  2nd ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Disaster Management (AMMDM) – Brunei

Nov/Dec: The Special ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting on Energy and the 17th ASEAN Centre for Energy Governing Council Meeting – Laos

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