Cameroon-UK Relations : Prospects For Deeper Partnership

The British High Commissioner to Cameroon, Barry Lowen was yesterday received by Minister Felix Mbayu.

Cameroon and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are two countries that share a colonial and great history. Both are equally members of the Commonwealth, with high-level meetings constantly organised to improve diplomatic relations between the two countries. It is thus within this framework that the Minister Delegate to the Minister of External Relations received in audience yesterday June 19, 2024 the British High Commissioner to Cameroon, Barry Lowen.
Bilateral and multilateral aspects of cooperation were discussed during the audience, according to the statement of the British diplomat. “It was a real pleasure to see the Minister again and we discussed a number of issues both multilateral and bilateral including for example some of the results of the G7 meeting that held over the weekend. We discussed a number of current and potential areas for mutually beneficial partnership and I think the heart of our conversation was the quality of the modern partnership between the UK and Cameroon and the optimism that we shared,” High Commissioner Barry Lowen told the press.
Indeed, G7 is an intergovernmental association made up of countries with very developed economies such as the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Germany, and the United States, who promote the ideas of liberal democracy and representative government....



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