According to the Ministry of External Relations, the initiative of the Cameroonian Head of Diplomacy aims at responding to the concerns of the large contingent of the Cameroonian diaspora in the Middle East.
The government of Cameroon has already started the process of opening a Consulate General of Cameroon in Kuwait City, the capital of the eponymous state.
The dossier was at the center of the hearing which the Cameroonian Minister of External Relations, Lejeune Mbella Mbella granted through a videoconference to Abdulaziz Mohammad Abdulaziz Albisher, Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to Cameroon with residence in Abuja, Nigeria.
“In addition to strengthening and intensifying cooperation with the Kuwaiti partner, it is also for the Head of State to provide a strong response to the concerns of the large contingent of the Cameroonian diaspora in the Middle East in General, and in the Persian Gulf in particular. The Consulate General in Kuwait City will thus strengthen the presence of the administration in this region, already materialized by the Embassy of Cameroon in Riyadh, and the Consulates General of Jeddah and Dubai ”estimated the Ministry of External Relations in a note. information published this Friday, July 30, 2021.
The Consulate General of Cameroon in Kuwait, a country on the Asian continent, precisely in the Middle East, is “the second Mission which the Head of State instructs to open in the space of 45 days, after the Embassy of Cameroon in Seoul, Republic of Korea. This is a sign of the vitality of the Cameroonian diplomacy of presence,” boasts the Minrex boss.
According to the civil cabinet of the Presidency of the Republic, Cameroon currently has 25 honorary consulates, 6 state consulates and 6 consulates general listed