France Puts Pressure on Cameroon’s President Paul Biya

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the French National Assembly recently auditioned Jean-Yves Le Drian. A moment during which the head of the French diplomacy returned on the situation in some countries of the African continent. He mainly focused on the case of Cameroon.


Jean-Yves Le Drian expressed his concern about the situation prevailing in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon where peace and stability are still not there, despite the many calls for dialogue. For the French minister, the losses in human life are heavy

This situation even pushed the United Nations, the European Union, and France to demand that President Paul Biya take initiatives aimed at bringing about peace.

Jean-Yves Le Drian also said he was very concerned about the arrest of academic and politician Maurice Kamto. He clearly demanded that the Yaoundé government release the president of the MRC (Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon).

The Minister of Foreign Affairs also mentioned that President Emmanuel Macron had telephoned his Cameroonian counterpart to inform him of the need to find solutions to all these problems that threaten peace and stability in the country.

Finally, Jean-Yves Le Drian assured that France will provide support to Sahelian countries during the renewal of the mandate of the Minusma at the end of June at a time when the United States has decided to save money on operations. maintain the peace.


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