Moment To Foster Multifaceted Cooperation

President Paul Biya on October 23, 2019 had talks with the visiting French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian.

Multifaceted bilateral cooperation between Cameroon and France is once more witnessing another high moment with the two-day visit of the French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian. After landing at the Yaounde Nsimalen International Airport on October 23, 2019, he went straight away for Unity Palace talks with President Paul Biya.

The visit comes to further consolidate the already fruitful bilateral cooperation between Cameroon and France. The French Foreign Minister declared he come relaunch his support in several domains. France has stood by Cameroon as a dependable and reliable partner in development issues. The second bridge over the River Wouri in Douala estimated to cost FCFA 141 billion funded by the French Development Agency is a palpable example in the infrastructural domain. Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is programmed to be part of the official inauguration of the bridge today.

France has shown a lot of concern for the return to peace and normalcy in the restive parts of Cameroon. The French Minister therefore welcomed the appeasement moves by President Paul Biya whose hallmark was the Major National Dialogue. In order to ensure the maintenance of peace and stability in Cameroon, besides security training, France has provided equipment to Cameroon’s defence forces. This was manifested through the provision of tactical vehicles, transport trucks, ambulance and mili...



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