Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Paul Biya announced at the China / Africa Summit in Beijing from 03 to 04 September, 2018


Cin | Last Saturday, August 25, 2018, Paul Biya and his wife Chantal Biya returned to Yaoundé after "a short private stay in Europe". And already, the President of the Republic is preparing to leave, this time to China, where he must take part in the 3rd summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FCSA) on the theme " China and Africa : community of destiny and mutually profitable partnership ".

The high mass will include 27 side events including the 6th China-Africa Business Leaders Conference. The starting point will be a high-level panel between Chinese and African leaders and representatives of the business community and donors. This will be the most important event in China given the quality of participants, Chinese diplomacy said.

Indeed, in addition to the 54 African government delegations represented at the highest level (head of state, head of government), the summit will also see the participation of the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, the African Union and 26 organizations. African and international.

At the summit, a bilateral meeting is scheduled between Paul Biya and Chinese President Xi Jinping, to assess the evolution of the new cooperation between Cameroon and China. Cooperation between Cameroon and China has recently been enriched with numerous security and military agreements.

It will also be questioned during this tete-a-tete, according to L'Anecdote of Monday, August 27, 2018, the progress of preparations for the CAN 2019 where China is the preferred partner for the supply of broadcast equipment and the training of personnel to ensure the broadcast of this event globally.

The meeting between the two heads of state will be preceded by the industrial and commercial economic days of Cameroon in China (Jeicac), scheduled from August 31 to September 5 in Yong Cheng. 110 entrepreneurs and project promoters will take part in it to form partnerships, acquire production equipment and present Chinese consumers with products made in Cameroon.