October 2006
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Cameroon;Oct2006, p5
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The article provides information on foreign relations of the Republic of Cameroon. Cameroon's low-profile approach to foreign relations puts it squarely in the middle of other African and developing country states on major issues. Cameroon supports the principles of noninterference in the affairs of third countries and increased assistance to underdeveloped countries. Cameroon is an active participant in the United Nations.


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