Nigeria-Cameroun mixed commission seeks consolidation of security in sub-region

The commission stated this in a communiqué.

The NigeriaCameroun Mixed Commission has appealed to the governments of the two countries to consolidate their efforts on security in the sub-region.

This is contained in a communiqué issued at the end of the 31st session of the mixed commission on Friday in Yaoundé, Cameroun.

The communiqué said that the commission commended the actions taken by Cameroon and Nigeria toward the implementation of their agreement on the establishment of trans-border security committee.

It said that the commission appealed to the two governments to strengthen their efforts on security among the populace. It also noted that the commission approved the recommendations of the sub-commission on demarcation as well as the project document and its annexes.

It said that the commission commended the initiatives of the UN in Cameroon and Nigeria for development projects for the benefit of affected populations by the demarcation operation.

According to the communiqué, the mixed commission notes with satisfaction the EU Evaluation Mission Report on the Pillar Emplacement Exercise.

“The mixed commission accepted all the recommendations of the evaluation mission and it appeals to all the parties to continue to support the project,” it said

The communiqué said that the commission commended the joint technical team for the successful mission it carried out in the Gotel Mountains and Mada Village.

It added that the outstanding matters could be resolved in the renewed spirit of cooperation between the two countries.

(NAN)


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