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The Anglophone Crisis:  European Union cautions the state of Cameroon

The European Union cautions the state of Cameroon to avoid situations that could increase the tense atmosphere. This declaration was made on Wednesday in Brussels following the very damaging situation in the North West and South West Regions, provoked by the sociopolitical crisis rocking these regions.

The European Union heavily condemns the murder of the three security agents. The European Union complained that the tense sociopolitical climate hasn't helped them to attain their objectives in Cameroon as socioeconomic partners for equitable development. The European Union calls on the state and the Security agents to refrain from using excessive violence on the people of the Anglophone Regions. Equally the European Union calls for a collective, genuine and inclusive dialogue. The situation in the North West and South West Regions is precarious with a very tense sociopolitical climate.

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