CAMEROON AND BELGIUM ARE POISED TO WORK TOGETHER IN SEEKING SOLUTIONS TO THE ANGLOPHONE CRISIS IN CAMEROON.

The conclusion was arrived at during an audience granted a special envoy from the Federal Public Service (FPS) Foreign Affairs of Belgium.

Thursday the 8th of November, 2018 was another busy day for the NCPBM President, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE and his team, as they received H.E. JOZEF SMETS, accompanied by the Belgian Ambassador to Cameroon, H. E. Stephane DOPPAGNE.

After more than an hour of discussion, the following points were highlighted, as revealed to the press later on by the Special envoy of the Federal Public Service (FPS), Foreign Affairs of Belgium, H.E. JOZEF SMETS.

He said his visit fell within the framework of a series to some Cameroonian Institutions and officials, but the one to the Commission was a priority for two reasons:

First, because the Commission has a key role to play in the pacification of Cameroon.

Second, because Belgium and Cameroon have strong bilateral relations, and similarities.

He said Belgium has 03 official Languages, and went through a non-violent process to ensure that each citizen finds his identity. For him, Belgium is ready to share this experience with Cameroon, so that peace can return to the two Anglophone Regions of the Country. The NCPBM, he said has a great role to play in achieving this, as pointed out by the Head of state in his inaugural address at the National Assembly on November the 6th 2018.

H.E. JOZEF SMETS concluded by saying peace is absolutely necessary because attention needs to be directed towards development, tolerance, education and progress.

The President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE was accompanied was accompanied by the Vice-President, OUMAROU DJIKA and the Secretary General, CHI ASAFOR Cornelius.