The Minister of state, Secretary General at Cameroon's presidency Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh heading to the 6th European Union-African Union summit in Brussels, Belgium where he'll represent Cameroon's ailing president Paul Biya at the gathering.
According to the Organizing Committee of the sixth “European Union – African Union” summit to be held in the capital of Belgium from February 17 to 18, 2022, the objective will be to launch an unambitious Africa-Europe investment package taking into account global challenges such as climate change and the current health crisis.
Cameroon's Biya was invited to take part in this summit, however, in a press release we obtained coming from the civil cabinet of the Presidency of the Republic of Cameroon, it stated that the 89-year-old man has chosen his Minister of State, Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, to be his representative.
The document also indicates that the Minister of External Relations, Lejeune Mbella Mbella and the Cameroonian ambassadors to the European Union and the African Union will be part of the official delegation to accompany his super minister.
The organizing committee explains in a press release that the sixth summit constitutes a unique opportunity to lay the foundations for a renewed and deepened partnership between the AU and the EU benefiting from a political commitment at the highest level based on trust. And a clear understanding of the mutual interests of the two continental organizations.
“Leaders should discuss how both continents can boost prosperity. The aim is to launch an ambitious Africa-Europe investment package taking into account global challenges such as climate change and the current health crisis. They should also discuss tools and solutions to promote stability and security through a renewed peace and security architecture,” the statement read.