President Paul Biya thanks Cameroonians for successful national dialogue

In a statement on Friday, President Paul Biya of Cameroon thanked his countrymen for what he termed a successful national dialogue called to discuss Cameroon’s lingering crises.

He wrote,

“My dear compatriots,

“The Major National Dialogue that has just ended in Yaounde afforded you the opportunity to reaffirm once more your attachment to peace and concord in your country, as well as its unity and progress.

“I would like to congratulate and thank you very sincerely for that.

“Your rich and diverse contributions were very useful. Some of them inspired the recommendations made at the end of the Dialogue.

“I can assure you that all of them will be considered attentively and diligently with a view to implementing them, taking into account their relevance and feasibility, as well as the capacities of our country.

“Long live Cameroon”.

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