United Nations : Trade Law Commission Plans Office in Cameroon

The Secretary of the UN Commission on International Trade Law had discussions at the Ministry of External Relations on May 29, 2017


The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law plans  to open an office in Cameroon. The Secretary  of the Commission Renaud Sorieul  made the declaration in Yaounde on May 29, 2017 after discussions with the Minister Delegate at Cameroon’s Ministry of External Relations in charge of Relations with the Commonwealth, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute.  

The UN official told the press after their discussions that they have submitted a good project relating to the office to the Cameroon government. He also said that at the level of the United Nations, they are following up internal procedures to ensure that everything is done according to the rules and regulations. Renaud Sorieul   disclosed that  should everything goes well, the office may be set up by the end of this year. The Secretary of the Commission stated that opening their office in Cameroon could pave the way for African countries  to make greater use of their infrastructure.

The  discussions  between Minister Dion Ngute and Renaud Sorieul offered an opportunity for them to examine the past achievements  of the  UN Commission on International Trade Law  and possible future. He expressed delight that the minister mastered much about the Commission.

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