Saudi Arabia and Cameroon signed a general agreement to promote economic, commercial, investment, educational, artistic, cultural, media, tourist, youth, and sports cooperation between the two nations. The agreement will pave the way for the signing of specialized bilateral agreements in the areas of mutual interest.
The agreement, which was signed in the capital, Yaounde, by the Saudi Minister of State for African Countries, Ahmed Kattan, and the Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Relations for Commonwealth Affairs in Cameroon, Felix Embaio, reflects the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz’s, desire to expand its foreign relations with governments and peoples around the world.
It will also reinforce the friendship links that already exist between the two countries, as well as encourage historical ties and similar interests.
Minister Kattan reaffirmed Saudi Arabia’s unwavering commitment to improving bilateral ties in all areas and deepening the friendship between the two friendly nations.