Diplomats meeting in Cameron: Issue Crisis over Central African Republic

Last Friday a group of diplomat attended in a meeting held on Cameron’s Foreign Ministry offices in Yaounde. The meeting was based on the present crisis of the Central African Republic. Bunch of diplomats from United States, France and European Union attended the meeting with an aim to find out the possible course to face the recent crisis and solve the problem.

The inside news hasn’t been flashed out yet. The meeting took place far away from the eyes of the journalists. But it’s quite sure they attended there for the betterment of the country and find most suitable solution of the present problem.

Cameroon’s Foreign Minister Pierre Moukoko Mbonio chaired the meeting. Minister left just after the day of the meeting. Preparations are being taken for peace talk with the Central African government and rebels. Pierre left for the Gabonese capital Libreville to start the preparations for peace talk.

The European Union and several other countries are influencing the government to solve the recent issue with the rebels. United States and other giant countries are willing to provide diplomatic solution and all other supports to solve the problem. It’s been guessed the meeting between the diplomats from several countries was one of the steps of the government to solve the issue, though it’s not clearly sure.

The government hasn’t yet fixed any date for the peace talk. But if the meeting was based on the issue then soon enough the government and rebels group will come to an understanding to solve the problem in a peaceful way. Cameroon government, specially the foreign ministry playing important role to solving the problem and hopefully they’ll be able to reach at a reasonable point and the crisis will be eliminated.

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