In memory of the victims of the tragic accident that occurred on the 27th of January 2021, at the Santchou Valley, in the West Region of Cameroon, members of the Cameroonian community in Malabo and its periphery, sought to convey their sympathy to the families that were affected by the accident. To meet their aspirations, the Embassy, acting on the instructions of the Ambassador, His Excellency Désiré Jean Claude Owono Menguele, opened a condolence book. From Wednesday the 3rd to Friday the 5th of February 2021, diplomats, elites, Presidents of associations and other members of the Cameroonian community, took turns to express their solidarity and compassion, while extending condolence messages to the families of the victims.

In view of promoting Cameroon's investment attractiveness, on Monday 9 February 2021, the Ambassador of Cameroon to Turkey, H.E. Victor Tchatchouwo, visited the Turkish Enterprise, TTT World, a company of the SILA Group that specialises in the production of medical equipments such as: vacuum blood collection tubes, syringes, serum sets, medical injectors and other medical consumables.
The SILA Group of Companies also provides services for healthcare facilities including: hospital architecture and construction, advice in health and social security, IT, education and real estate, etc.
The SILA Group is one of the main Turkish investors in Public-Private Partnership (PPP) hospital projects in the healthcare sector in Turkey.
During this meeting, the Ambassador encouraged the SILA Group to establish partnerships with Cameroonian companies that are investing in this crucial sector.

 

On Tuesday, 9 February 2021, H.E. Ondoua Ngaeto Zam Edith received the new Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Gabonese Republic, H.E. Seif Kandeel. This visit, undertaken within the framework of courtesy visits by the Egyptian Ambassador, to the Heads of Diplomatic Missions in the Gabonese capital, is a testament of the excellent state of relations between Cameroon and Egypt.
On the 11th of February, she granted an audience to the new Representative of the Francophonie (OIF) for Central Africa with residence in Libreville, Mr. Fademba Madakome Waguena. They talked about issues of common interest, and dwelled on the rich, fruitful and diversified cooperation between Cameroon and the OIF.
On Saturday, 13 February 2021, some ECCAS officials and staff from the Embassy including, the Ambassador, the President of the ECCAS Commission, H.E. Verrissimo de Piedade, the Commissioner for Territorial Development and Infrastructure, Mrs. Mfoula Chantal, the Commissioner, for Gender Promotion, Human and Social Development, Ms. Yvette Kapinga, the ECCAS and CEMAC Military Advisor with residence in Libreville, Captain Njiki Alain Didier, and the First Secretary at the Cameroonian Embassy, Mr Daboule Aristide Guy Aimé, held a meeting over lunch, at the Residence of Cameroon. Their discussions focused on integration issues in Central Africa.

 

The First Counselor at the Cameroonian Embassy in Brazil, Mr Paulin Martial Tchenzette, and the Defense Attaché Tatason Vikram Baba, received a new batch of Cameroonian officers who will be undergoing training in Brazilian Military Schools, on behalf of the Ambassador, H.E. Martin A. Mbeng, on 13 February 2021.
Following the reception at the Rio de Janeiro International Airport, in the presence of Brazilian officers, Captain Tatason handed over two Cameroonian flags to the delegation and reminded them of the value of the flag, echoing the words of the Head of State. He urged them to defend the national colours with honour and loyalty. The First Counsellor also exhorted them to be Ambassadors of Cameroon, proudly defending and promoting with integrity and dignity, the values of the institutions of the Republic of Cameroon.
The arrival of this new batch of trainees, at a time when the admission of foreign cadet officers has dropped, is an achievement that holds promising prospects, with the expected admission of Cameroonians in other military training schools in Brazil.

 

The first Cameroon - Brazil Bilateral Ministerial Meeting on Agriculture, jointly organised by the Brazil-Cameroon Chamber of Commerce and the Embassies of Cameroon in Brazil and Brazil in Cameroon, held on 14 January 2021, to present the project carried out by the Brazilian International Centre for Technology Transfer in Agro-Livestock (CIITTA) and FGV Europe, to promote self-sufficiency in rice production in Cameroon.
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr Gabriel Mbairobe, attended the meeting together with the Executive Secretary at the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, Mr Marcos Montes Cordeiro, the Secretary General A.I. at the Ministry of External Relations in Cameroon (MINREX), Mr Oumarou Chinmoun, the Ambassador of Brazil to Cameroon, Ms. Vivian SanMartin, the Director of the Agribusiness Promotion Department at the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexandre Ghisleni, a representative of the Ministry at São Paulo, Ambassador Irene Vida Gala, the First Counsellor at the Embassy of Cameroon in Brazil, Mr Martial Tchenzette, the Sub-Director for South America at MINREX, Mr Serge Amouga, the President of CIITTA, Mr Cleber Guarany and the head of financial structuring at FGV Europe, Mr Vitor Sawczuk.

 

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