Cameroon and the European Union have evaluated the level of implementation of the Economic Partnership Agreement.
This was during the first statutory meeting for the year 2021 between the Minister of the Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Alamine Ousmane Mey and the Ambassador, Head of European Union delegation to Cameroon, Philippe Van Damme.
The Head of the European Union Delegation to Cameroon, Philippe Van Damme who is new to the country was attending to the session for the first time.
He pledged to foster cooperation with Cameroon in the areas of politics, economy and trade.
Minister Alamine Ousmane Mey said cooperation between Cameroon and the European Union should be tilted towards helping Cameroon attaining its goals of becoming and emerging economy by 2035.
According to the Minister Cameroon’s national development policy enriched by the 2020-2030 National Development Strategy seek to bring about the structural transformation of the economy by making fundamental changes in the economic and social structures with a view to promoting an endogenous and inclusive development while preserving the chances of future generations.
The meeting was also occasion to revisit the long standing cooperation between Cameroon and the European Union.