The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Pak Ui Chun is leading his country's delegation to hold discussions with Cameroon government officials with the objective of promoting and reinforcing bilateral relations between the two countries. Pak Ui Chun yesterday, August 21, 2013 had discussions with Cameroon's Minister of External Relations, Pierre Moukoko Mbonjo.
After their discussions, the visiting Foreign Affairs Minister told reporters that he had positive indications and reactions on developing the friendly and cooperation relations between Cameroon and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. He used the occasion to congratulate the government and people of Cameroon who under the leadership of President Paul Biya, have had much success in development and stability.
Pak Ui Chun's visit to Cameroon that will end on August 23, 2013, is part of his ongoing tour of African countries that have already taken him to Guinea-Conakry, Benin and Democratic Republic of Congo. Sources at the Ministry of External Relations indicate that Pak Ui Chun was the first ambassador of his country accredited to Cameroon when the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1972.