Cameroon will host the 11th session of the Cameroon-Tunisia Grand Joint Cooperation Commission in April 2024. The meetings will take place from April 23 to 24 in Yaoundé, Ben Becher said at the end of a farewell visit to Cameroonian Trade Minister Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana.
Previously, the 11th edition of the platform was scheduled for October 2020 in Yaoundé but never materialized. No official reason for the cancellation has been given.
The last session of the Grand Joint Cooperation Commission was held in March 2016 in Tunis, resulting in the signing of four cooperation agreements in higher education, health, tourism, and crafts.
Authorities in both countries hope to intensify cooperation through the upcoming session, aiming to leverage the full potential of the bilateral relationship.
Cameroon and Tunisia established diplomatic ties in 1963 and have signed numerous agreements covering the political, cultural, scientific, economic, commercial, educational, and tourism sectors. Cooperation has been marked by high-level meetings, knowledge exchanges, and economic missions that have facilitated business contacts between Tunisian and Cameroonian operators.