En raccourci : Health Cooperation At Centre Stage

President Paul Biya and the Ambassador of France to Cameroon Christophe Guilhou on April 16, 2020 discussed ways for furthering bilateral relations.

Cameroon’s Head of State, President Paul Biya after a Unity Palace audience with the Ambassador of France to Cameroon, Christophe Guilhou on April 16, 2020 tweeted that the topic of their discussion was the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in Cameroon, France and in the world at large.
Focus of the Unity Palace discussions was the global health challenge, Coronavirus and offered yet another opportunity for the two leaders to explore ways of deepening and diversifying cooperation ties between their countries. The French Ambassador and President Biya talked about cooperation in the repatriation of their compatriots within the framework of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Ambassador enumerated different ways France is helping Cameroon tackle the pandemic. 
 France has not only been an exemplary friend and partner to Cameroon but has more importantly stood by Cameroon in challenging moments. It was for this reason that Prime Minister Chief Joseph Dion Ngute while commissioning the National Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator of the Presidential Plan for the Reconstruction and Development of the North West and South West Regions (PPRD-NW/SW) on April 15, 2020, expressly thanked France for its definite contribution to the execution of the plan. This concerns the socio-political crises ravaged two English-speaking regions.
Cameroon-French cooperation ties span through domains such as security, culture, education, health, research, economic and sustainable development and environmental protection. Most of the cooperation areas are made binding by bilateral agreements.  In December 2019, two cooperation agreements were signed within the framework of reinforcing the rich diversif...



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