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Cameroon reaffirms determination to lead combat against Boko Haram

Addressing the 47-member body in Geneva, Ambassador Mbella Mbella Lejeune also noted that numerous positive steps had been taken for a “durable peace”, following clashes between English-speaking separatists and government forces. 


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Updated: 19-09-2019 06:41 IST
Cameroon reaffirms determination to lead combat against Boko Haram

Addressing the 47-member body in Geneva, Ambassador Mbella Mbella Lejeune also noted that numerous positive steps had been taken for a “durable peace”, following clashes between English-speaking separatists and government forces. 

In the Human Rights Council, Cameroon has reaffirmed its determination to lead "tireless combat" against Boko Haram extremists.

Addressing the 47-member body in Geneva, Ambassador Mbella Mbella Lejeune also noted that numerous positive steps had been taken for a "durable peace", following clashes between English-speaking separatists and government forces.

After explaining that President Paul Biya's decision to hold a "grand" national dialogue with all sectors of Cameroonian society aimed to resolve the conflict, the Ambassador noted that there would be no impunity for those responsible for attacks in the north-west and south-west of the country.

COUNTRY : Cameroon