Cameroon-European Union Cooperation reviewed

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C’était à la faveur de la réunion semestrielle du suivi du partenariat Cameroun - Union européenne coprésidée ce 10 juin 2021, à Yaoundé par le Minepat, Alamine Ousmane Mey et le nouvel Ambassadeur, Chef de Délégation de l’Union européenne au Cameroun, S.E Philippe VAN DAMME.

During the meeting, the two parties exchanged views on the state of progress of cooperation and the prospects of this partnership based on the European Union’s 2021-2027 programming. Among the items on the agenda were the implementation of the Economic Partnership Agreement, the 2021 action plan, regional and multi-country programming priorities, and the partnership coordination under the future ACP-EU Agreement. These exchanges come in a context marked by the opening of a new era in cooperation between Cameroon and the European Union with the entry into force of a new post-Cotonou ACP-EU Partnership Agreement and the disappearance of the European Development Fund (EDF), in favour of the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI).