Official statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
For the first time since its creation in 2005, the Yaoundé International War College has been received on june 13, 2017 at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs on the occasion of its annual study tour.
At today’s press briefing, Aug. 22nd, 2016, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman made the following statement on the attack in Mora (Far North region of Cameroon) on Aug. 21st, 2016.
Climate – Statement by the minister of foreign affairs and international development on the OECD report on climate financing (October 8, 2015)
I welcome the publication by the OECD of the report on climate financing. This report, which was commissioned by the Peruvian presidency and the French presidency of COP21, provides, for the first time since 2009, a detailed assessment of progress with respect to the commitment of countries of the North to mobilize $100 billion by 2020 in support of climate...
I warmly congratulate President Buhari on his election.
This is a victory for the president, but it’s also a victory for the people of Nigeria who affirmed their attachment to democracy and their confidence in the future, by refusing to allow themselves to be intimidated by terrorists.
France condemns the heinous attack against the town of Fotokol carried out by Boko Haram terrorists, which killed several dozen civilians and soldiers.
We extend our wholehearted condolences to the victims’ families and to the Cameroonian and Chadian authorities. The perpetrators of these crimes must be held accountable for
Quai d’Orsay - spokesman Statements - January 13, 2015
France condemns in the strongest terms the terrorist attacks that hit the far north of Cameroon. We are particularly concerned about the situation of civilians, who are the first victims of the terrorists.
We applaud the determination of the authorities and Cameroonian armed forces in the fight against terror and barbarism.
It is with indignation and firmness that France condemns the escalation of violence in north-eastern Nigeria in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks against the towns of Baga and surroundings, Potiskum and Maiduguri.
The recruitment of children to commit certain attacks makes these heinous acts more despicable.
France supports the efforts of ECOWAS to facilitate a civilian-led and consensus-based transition in Burkina Faso.
We welcome the visit to Ouagadougou by Ghana’s president, who is the current president of ECOWAS, accompanied by his Nigerian and Senegalese counterparts. It provided an opportunity to bring the parties together, enabling them to reach an agreement on the framework of the transition: The suspension of the constitution should be lifted; a civilian figure must be appointed by consensus in order to preside over the transition and a transitional government must be formed for a period of one year. Presidential and parliamentary elections should be conducted by November 2015.
In the course of its young history, the Central African Republic has known many dark hours. Now the country is facing its worst crisis. In this failed state, entire swaths of land are given over to violence by armed gangs. Looting, the recruitment of childsoldiers, burned villages, rapes, summary executions – civilians are paying a high price. One in ten people have already had to flee their homes. Infant mortality, already very high, is on the rise. The impact of
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