Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Anglophone Crisis - France Increases Pressure On Paul Biya

Gilles Thibaut reiterates to P. Biya "the need for an in-depth dialogue between the different."

It is an extremely rare fact not to be underlined. The audience that the President of the Republic of Cameroon Paul Biya granted to the French ambassador Gilles Thibaut on Friday, February 23 was of an “exceptional length”, according to the terms used by the CRTV-TV reporter.

The interview between the Head of State and the French diplomat lasted nearly 2 hours 30 minutes. The two men spoke about the international news, questions of security, development and internal politics specific to Cameroon and the La France.
Anglophone Crisis - France Increases Pressure On Paul Biya
The Anglophone crisis, for example, was one of Gilles Thibaut’s concerns. Who reiterated a position that favors appeasement. “I have reiterated the need for an in-depth dialogue between the various parties and whatever the camps, that violence should be absolutely banned,” he said after his meeting with Paul Biya. It must be said that the situation in the north-west and south-west regions is of great concern to the French diplomatic representation in Yaounde.
At the end of September 2017, it classified the area “red zone” and advised against it as it was already for the region of the Far North, its nationals to go there. To those who were already there, it was asked to restrict the movement in what the African News Agency then called “areas marked orange and areas tired of red”.

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