Category: Press Releases

Cameroonians in the Netherlands say Goodbye to Ambassador Odette Melono

Cameroonians in the Netherlands say Goodbye to Ambassador Odette Melono

On Saturday, 19 January 2019 at 17.00, Cameroonians in the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg gathered during a New Year’s Reception to say good bye to H.E Ambassador Mrs. Odette Melono. Mrs. Melono has been Cameroon’s Head of Mission and Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg […]

H.E. Ambassador Odette Melono Assumes Office as OPCW Deputy Director-General

H.E. Ambassador Odette Melono Assumes Office as OPCW Deputy Director-General

THE HAGUE, Netherlands— 15 January 2019 — H.E. Ambassador Odette Melono of Cameroon joined the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) yesterday as the as new Deputy Director-General. She is the fourth person to hold this office since the Organisation was established in 1997. She succeeds Ambassador Hamid Ali Rao of India. The […]

President Paul Biya Reshuffles Cabinet

President Paul Biya Reshuffles Cabinet

The Head of State H.E Paul Biya has signed four decrees to reshuffle the government of Cameroon. The cabinet reshufflement which took place on the 4th of January 2019 saw 16 new ministers joining the government, while 22 others were maintained. Mr Dion Ngute Joseph was appointed Prime Minister and Head of Government. The following officials […]

Inaugural address by H.E. Paul BIYA, on the Occasion of his Swearing-in Ceremony (6-11-18)

Inaugural address by H.E. Paul BIYA, on the Occasion of his Swearing-in Ceremony (6-11-18)

The President of the National Assembly, The First-Vice President of the Senate, The President of the Constitutional Council, The First President of the Supreme Court, Honourable Members of the Senate, Honourable Members of the National Assembly, Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Compatriots, Allow me, first of all, to thank the President of the National Assembly for […]

Voting in the Netherlands was Free, Fair, Timely and Very Peaceful (Ambassador Melono)

Voting in the Netherlands was Free, Fair, Timely and Very Peaceful (Ambassador Melono)

On Sunday 7th October 2018, as Cameroonians at home and abroad went to the polls to participate in our Presidential elections, Cameroonians in both the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg also flogged to our Embassy in The Hague to cast their votes. On the day, all voting materials and literature were ready and […]

ANNOUNCEMENT: Embassy is only Polling Station for Presidential Elections

ANNOUNCEMENT: Embassy is only Polling Station for Presidential Elections

On behalf of Elections Cameroon (ELECAM), the Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon in The Hague reminds the Cameroon community in the Netherlands and Luxembourg that Presidential Elections in Cameroon would be held on Sunday the 7th October 2018 from 08.00 am to 18.00 pm. The lone voting station would be at the Embassy of […]

Passports Applied for have Arrived (Published: 17 Sept 2018)

Passports Applied for have Arrived (Published: 17 Sept 2018)

The Cameroonian community especially those who applied for a Cameroonian Passport residing within the Netherlands, Luxembourg or the European Union in general are hereby informed that 95 passports applied for have been issued. The embassy has therefore published the list of issued passports since the 17th of September 2018. Here is the list of published […]

L’UNICEF condamne les violences, enlèvements, intimidations etc au Cameroun Anglophone

L’UNICEF condamne les violences, enlèvements, intimidations etc au Cameroun Anglophone

Déclaration de Jacques Boyer, Représentant de l’UNICEF au Cameroun Plus de cinq millions d’enfants ont retrouvé les bancs de l’école le 3 Septembre 2018 au Cameroun, mais un grand nombre n’a pu accéder aux établissements scolaires dans les régions du Nord-Ouest et du Sud-Ouest suite à de multiples menaces et incidents. Les écoles y sont […]

UNICEF Condemns Acts of Violence, Abduction, Intimidation etc. in Anglophone Cameroon

UNICEF Condemns Acts of Violence, Abduction, Intimidation etc. in Anglophone Cameroon

Statement by Jacques Boyer, UNICEF Representative in Cameroon On 3 September 2018, the school year started for more than five million children in Cameroon, but multiple threats and incidents have prevented many children from going to school in the north-west and south-west regions. schools in these regions have become the scene of violence against students, teachers […]

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