GOVERNMENT STATEMENT ON THE SOCIO-POLITICAL SITUATION PREVAILING IN CAMEROON TO THE ATTENTION OF HEADS OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS AND CONSULAR POSTS AS WELL AS REPRESENTATIVES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS ACCREDITED TO YAOUNDE (May 28, 2019) […] For some time now, Cameroon has been facing myriad challenges, especially the situation prevailing in the North West and South West Regions, the relentless fight against the Boko Haram terrorist sect, managing the influx of refugees and internally displaced persons, dealing with the post-election protests orchestrated by a certain political party and the smear campaign propagated in certain circles, mainly via social media. First and foremost, may I be allowed … Read More
PRESS RELEASE OF THE MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS ON THE HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN CAMEROON (13-5-2019) — — — — — — The Ministry of External Relations of the Republic of Cameroon hereby informs the national and international public as follows. A few weeks ago, some media organs and social networks, widely hyped that the United Nations Security Council was to hold a meeting on May 13, 2019 in New York, purportedly to dwell on the situation in Cameroon. The Ministry of External Relations would like to state clearly that this is a far-fetched, for, any such sitting of the Council would certainly feature in advance in this month’s official work … Read More
Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, The Government of Cameroon has taken note of the European Parliament Resolution on Cameroon, adopted on April 18, 2019. A Resolution, which, among other things, in substance: – literally depicts the socio-political situation in Cameroon, by ignoring all the appropriate measures taken so far by the State, to address the multiple security challenges faced by our country in recent years; – discredits the presidential election organized in Cameroon on October 7, 2018; – criticizes the relevant and essential provisions of our Constitution, the fundamental law which is an emanation of the only sovereign will of the Cameroonian people; – criminalizes the National Defense and Security Forces, … Read More
The Government announced on November 13, 2018 a special recruitment of 2000 PhD/Doctorat holders as lecturers in states’s universities to be conducted during a period of 3 years starting in 2019. In relation to this operation, the designated authorities in Cameroon are now accepting applications for the recruitment of 1000 PhD/Doctorate holders for the ongoing year. All Cameroonian living in Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand who meet the requirements are kindly invited to submit their applications at the Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon in Japan no later than May 21, 2019. The authorization announcing this special recruitment is available on the following link (french): Autorisation ouverture postes d’enseignants Also, find detailed information on this operation on www.recrutement-special-2000minesup.gov.cm (English … Read More
Point de presse DU MINCOM sur rapport HRW
LE GOUVERNEMENT CAMEROUNAIS REPOND A L’EU
All Cameroon nationals living in Japan are kindly informed that enrollments on electoral registers are now open at the Embassy for the year 2019.
From November 1st to November 3, 2018 the Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon in Japan undertook a duty trip to Seoul, in relation to complaints by compatriots in Korea facing challenges in the renewal of their expired passports. As confirmed by our Honorary Consulate in Seoul, over fifty Cameroonians were urgently in need to renew their passports following an amendment of the procedures for the extension of residence permits in Korea. While in the past, the pass issued by the Consulate allowed the citizens to renew their residence permits despite the expiry of their passports, the possession of a valid passport is now required. A total of fifty-five applications … Read More
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