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Cameroon – Tunisia : the impact of the Joint Commission
Cameroon – Tunisia : the impact of the Joint Commission

Seven cooperation agreements were signed between Tunisia and Cameroon last May 9 at the closing ceremony of the Ninth Session of the Large Joint Commission between both countries. Pierre MOUKOKO Mbonjo, the Cameroonian Minister of External Relations, and ABDALLAH TRIKI, the Tunisian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs initialed the documents.

A business forum organized by the Ministry of Trade on the sidelines of this meeting was attended by Tunisian and Cameroonian traders. The dozen businessmen gathered at the Yaoundé Conference Centre under the chairmanship of HAMAN OUMAR, the Secretary General of Ministry of Trade , seized that opportunity to make direct contact. The sectors included energy and electricity, metal industries, agrifood industry, mechanical and electrical products, pharmaceuticals and paramedical products, international trade, private clinics, buildings and public works, free universities.

 

After work, seven memorandums of understanding were signed between the two countries:

  • the technical cooperation agreement;
  • the health cooperation agreement ;
  • the convention on health on medical evacuations;
  • the memorandums of understanding on sending a Tunisian medical and technical team to the Sangmélima referral hospital;
  • the Memorandum of Understanding on exchanging television programmes and experiences between the Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV) and the Tunisian national television;
  • the Memorandum of Understanding on standardization, quality promotion, information and training between the ‘Institut National de Normalisation de la Propriété’ (National Institute of Standardization and Industrial Property) and the Standards and Quality Agency;
  • the Memorandum of Understanding on Discovery Journeys, Exchange and Friendship Project for Young People.

The second round of the Cameroon -Tunisia Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) negotiations and the sectoral committee of SMEs were other items on the agenda of the Joint Commission meeting. At the end of the work, both parties also took a series of measures to boost trade in the coming days between the two Nations.

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Published : June 27, 2012
Ministerial Team
MBARGA ATANGANA
Luc magloire MBARGA ATANGANA
The Minister of Trade
NKOUABVOUMA
Jules Martin NKOUABVOUMA
Inspector No.1
MOUSSA SANWARD
MOUSSA SANWARD
Inspector No.2
BASSILEKIN III
Achile BASSILEKIN III
The Secretary-General
KOA
Jacqueline KOA
The Inspector General
BOUBA AOUSSINE
BOUBA AOUSSINE
Technical Adviser No.1
JACKAI
Derrick Mosima JACKAI
Technical Adviser No.2
TEMFOMO
Adija TEMFOMO
Project Planning and Statistics Division Head
MBARGA BIHINA
Valentin MBARGA BIHINA
Internal Trade Director
TSEGUI
David TSEGUI
Metrology, Quality and Price Director
MOTOMBY
Joseph ndumbe MOTOMBY
External Trade Director
ABESSOLO MONEFONG
Martin Charles ABESSOLO MONEFONG
National Fraud Prevention and Elimination Brigade
ZANGA NDJINANG
Nicanor ZANGA NDJINANG
General Affairs Director
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