Central African Republic – Cameroon – Visits by André Vallini (June 28 to July 1)
Quai d’Orsay - French official statements - June 28th, 2016
André Vallini, Minister of State for Development and Francophonie, will visit the Central African Republic and Cameroon from June 28 to July 1, 2016.
In the Central African Republic, André Vallini will meet with President Touadéra, the prime minister and the president of the National Assembly, with whom he will sign a statement of support in Parliament. He will take part in a meeting on the multi-donor trust fund, “Bêkou” (which means “hope” in Sango), established to support the country’s recovery, and will sign a financing agreement with the European Union military training mission in the Central African Republic. He will visit the Bangui power plant.
In Cameroon, André Vallini will sign the third Debt Reduction-Development Contract, aimed at supporting the country’s development. He will travel to Douala to inaugurate major urban development projects and sign an agreement with the urban community on the “Douala Sustainable City” project. Lastly, he will inaugurate the new premises of the Pasteur Center of Cameroon for Clinical Research on Malaria and will visit the “Foyer de l’espérance” in Yaoundé, a benchmark institution for the reception, protection and reintegration of children and young people.