According to Cameroon’s Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, Cameroon is heavily interested in development initiatives that are in line with the goals of the now eleven-member bloc.
At the end of the 15th BRICS summit in South Africa, the prime minister stated that “Cameroon is actively engaged in this path.”
“In fact, Cameroon has embarked on a vigorous plan to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the African Union Agenda 2063, through the adoption of a national development strategy designed to make Cameroon an emerging country by 2035,” the Prime Minister added.
Brazil, China, Russia, South Africa and India who are members of the BRICS unanimously agreed to add six more nations – Egypt, Argentina, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia and UAE to the bloc.
The three-day summit in Johannesburg which ended on Thursday, August 24, had as primary initiative to counter the influence of the West and promote liberal economies.
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