Courtesy visit of the Head of UNOCA to the Cameroonian authorities
On 21 January, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Central Africa and Head of UNOCA, Mr. François Louncény Fall, met in Yaoundé with the Cameroonian Prime Minister, Mr. Joseph Dion Ngute, and the Minister, Director of the Civil Cabinet of the Presidency, Mr. Samuel Mvondo Ayolo. Their discussions focused on the government priorities : resolving the crisis in the North-West and South-West regions, and issues of common interest including the situation in Central Africa and cross-border threats, such as Boko Haram activities, etc.
The Special Representative took this opportunity to congratulate the Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute on his appointment as Head of Government on 4 January, and Minister Samuel Mvondo Ayolo on his reappointment. He reaffirmed the United Nations availability to work with national authorities in achieving their objectives.
The meetings took place as part of the Special Representative's courtesy visit to the Cameroonian authorities from 19 to 22 January.