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Parliamentary questions
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26 March 2020
E-000911/2020(ASW)
Answer given by High Representative/Vice-President Borrell
on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-000911/2020

The European Union remains concerned over the ongoing crisis in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon, and has condemned the serious human rights violations reported in these regions(1). The EU has consistently called for all parties to respect the rule of law and resolve this crisis peacefully through an inclusive dialogue. The use of violence in these regions is not the answer.

In this respect, the national dialogue held on 30 September — 4 October 2019 offered a first opportunity to open up prospects for a sustainable exit from the crisis..

At several occasions, including in its political dialogue with Cameroon on 13 December 2019, the EU has expressed its support to the territorial integrity of Cameroon.

In coordination with its international and regional partners, the EU will continue to support all efforts that can build on the momentum of the national dialogue to achieve a peaceful solution (e.g. the Swiss initiative).

(1)https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2019/10/14/cameroon-council-adopts-conclusions/?utm_source=dsms-auto&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Cameroon%3a+Council+adopts+conclusions
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