Thursday, 24 May 2018

Summoned, Here Is What Was Said to The Ambassador of The United States

In a statement, the Minister of External Relations said he recalled Peter Henry Barlerin to order after he invited President Paul Biya to think about his succession.

The US ambassador, Peter Henry Barlerin, was brought back to order by the Yaoundé regime. The Cameroonian Minister of External Relations, Lejeune Mbella Mbella, testified on Tuesday, the "strong disapproval" of the Cameroonian government after he disclosed the topics discussed with the head of state Paul Biya during a hearing, the May 17, at the Palace of Unity.
Summoned, Here Is What Was Said to The Ambassador of The United States
During the interview, Peter Henry Barlerin reported, the diplomat suggested thinking of giving up his chair and blaming the army for targeted assassinations in the northwestern and southwestern regions.

The first complaint made to Peter Henry Barlerin is not to have kept the secret of his conversations with the president. "His approach violates all the diplomatic rules on the subject as well as the rules of civility and law. It should be remembered that ambassadors are extraordinary envoys of a head of state to another head of state.

The moments of exchange between a head of state and an ambassador represent privileged moments of the diplomatic life between the two countries and must be borrowed of the highest confidentiality ", recalls Lejeune Mbella Mbella in a statement read in the newspaper talked about the Crtv this Wednesday.
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