Cameroon’s Foreign Minister Lejeune Mbella Mbella and his Chadian counterpart, Mahamat Zene Cherif, discussed on Wednesday bilateral relations and a number of regional issues of common interest.
“Politically, economically and culturally, we are going to boost the relation between Chad and Cameroon,” Mbella said at the start of the meeting of the 23rd Chad-Cameroon joint Commission in Cameroon’s capital city, Yaounde.
“We are trying to see how to enhance bilateral cooperation in various areas, especially environment and issues relating to free movement of persons and goods,” Cherif said.
When the meeting ends on Thursday, both countries will establish a blueprint to enhance sustainable development, according to Mbella.
Cameroon and Chad are partners in the fight against terrorism in the Gulf of Guinea. They are also protecting the Lake Chad Basin area and promoting trans-border trade and other humanitarian activities. Enditem