French President; Emmanuel Macron & H.E Paul Biya had a phone conversation on Saturday June 30th. This is what they discussed:

Since the last report of Amnesty International, which has pinpointed both the behavior of the army and that of secessionist terrorists in the field of the Anglophone crisis, France seems to have made the decision to join the United States on the front of the convictions and pressure for a definitive end of this socio-politico-security crisis that has lasted for two years.

Americans condemn the abuses of the army on the populations and think that a change in power could put an end to the war.

On the side of France, the government condemns the actions of the secessionist terrorists on the elements of the forces of defense and that the solution to the crisis will be the opening of a sincere dialogue.

French President Emmanuel Macron reaffirmed Paris' position in a telephone call he had on Saturday, June 30, 2018 with President Paul Biya.

H.E Paul Biya tweets about his phone call with French President.
In essence, the two heads of state spoke globally about security, the future of the Francophonie and the African Union whose 31st summit is held this weekend in Mauritania.

Below is the press release issued by the Élysée to give an account of the Biya- Macron telephone exchange:

In preparation for his trip to Africa early next week and his participation in the African Union summit, the President of the Republic had a telephone conversation this morning with his Cameroonian counterpart, Mr. Paul Biya.

They condemned yesterday's attack on a regional staff of the G5 Sahel joint force.

With a view to the President of the Republic's visit to Nigeria, the President of the Republic and his counterpart, Mr. Paul Biya, specifically addressed the situation in the Lake Chad Basin region and the need to continue regional cooperation in the field of the fight against terrorist actions of the Boko Haram group.

This meeting made it possible to discuss the topics on the agenda of the African Union summit and the issue of migration. The President of the Republic has signaled his support for the action taken by the African Union to resolve crises in Africa.

Finally, they talked about the future of the International Organization of La Francophonie.

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