The Cameroon-Congo mix commission for the demarcation of the border between the two countries is meeting in its 3rd session.
The meeting in Douala seeks to map out a rehabilitation and reaffirmation plan.
The session is jointly chaired by the heads of the two delegations, Paul Atanga Nji Cameroon’s Minister of Territorial Administration and Raymond Zephirin Mboulou, Congolese Minister of the Interior and Decentralization.
The four day meeting ends this Saturday, 22nd February with four major decisions;
– The signing of a legal framework for the mix commission,
– The setting up of internal regulations,
– The signing of its terms of reference,
– The putting into place of a plan of action.
At the end of day three of the joint commission meeting, Cameroon’s Minister of Territorial Administration Paul Atanga Nji told reporters that the land and maritime borders between Cameroon and Congo have never been subject to dispute or misunderstanding but the boundary pillars have over time either deteriorated or disappeared.
Minister Paul Atanga Nji and his Congoledd counterpart, Raymond Zephirin Mboulou were all agreed that the border was not just a line of separation between the two countries but a point of exchange between the two peoples.