A day of important diplomatic activity in Kinshasa last week when President Joseph Mobutu received the credentials of several new Ambassadors to the Congo Democratic Republic.
LV INT. Cameroun Ambassador enters palace, bows to Mobutu
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LV Cameroun Ambassador presents credentials and shakes hands with Mobutu
SV Ministers look on
LV President Mobutu shakes hands with Cameroun Aide and leaves room
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Background: A day of important diplomatic activity in Kinshasa last week when President Joseph Mobutu received the credentials of several new Ambassadors to the Congo Democratic Republic. One of them was the new Camerounian Ambassador, M. Jean Claude Ngoh. He told President Mobutu that he is convinced the peoples of their two countries are in the course of developing a strong relationship in Central Africa.
SYNOPSIS: A day of important diplomatic activity in Kinshasa last week. The first Camerounian Ambassador to the Congo Democratic Republic, M. Jean Claude Ngoh, was one of several new ambassadors to call at Mount Stanley and present their credentials to President Joseph Mobutu. The new Camerounian Ambassador said he hoped his appointment would help strengthen the relationship between the to countries. They were already linked, he added, by deep ideological affinities.
President Mobutu declared that he was particularly delighted to welcome Cameroun's first ambassador to his country. He expressed his deep admiration for President Ahidjo of Cameroun. The Congo Democratic Republic already has an embassy in Cameroun.