The announcement by President Biya to convene a national dialogue constitutes a positive development in the search for a solution to the crisis in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon.” This was said by Maja Kocijancic, Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations at the European Union commission, according to a press release published on September 11, 2019.
Indeed, days ago, president Paul Biya announced that national dialogue will be organized to find solutions to the socio-political crisis in South-west and North-west Cameroon.
“All actors, including armed groups and the diaspora, should be able to take this opportunity and contribute to an inclusive process that would take full account of the expectations of the population. The European Union continues to support all efforts to this end, in coordination with its international and regional partners,” Maja Kocijancic added.
Let’s note that in preparation for this dialogue and as indicated by the president, prime minister Joseph Dion Ngute started a series of meetings with various political and social actors since September 11, 2019.
Source: Business in Cameroon