Peace And Security Concerns In The Central African Sub-Region With A Special Eye On Piracy In The Gulf Of Guinea

Peace And Security Concerns In The Central...

Yaounde, Cameroon, Africa. (Cameroon News)  –  President Paul Biya and the visiting UN Special Representative in Central Africa Abu Musa have been reviewing peace and security concerns in the Central African sub-region with a special eye on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.

Talking to reporters after a one hour tête-à-tête with Mr. Biya at the Unity Palace this afternoon, Mr. Abu Musa was pleased to announce that President Biya had generously accepted to host a summit on piracy in Yaoundé in the months ahead. The UN official said he was equally a bearer of a special message of encouragement and congratulations from Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to President Biya on the final resolution of the Bakassi boundary issue and on Mr. Biya’s tactful handling of the floods that have been hitting parts of the country of late especially of the putting in place of a special fund for disaster victims in Cameroon.

On a rather personal note, Mr. Abu Musa said he used the opportunity of the audience to officially present himself to the Cameroonian leader with whom he had not met since his designation as Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative in the sub-region in July of last year.

President Paul Biya and the visiting UN Special Representative in Central Africa Abu Musa have been reviewing peace and security concerns in the Central African Sub-region with a special eye on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.

President Paul Biya of Cameroon Africa
President Paul Biya of Cameroon Africa

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