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Cameroon: UN chief called all parties to refrain from acts that could escalate tensions

UN Secretary-General António Guterres urges all parties to refrain from acts that could escalate tension in Cameroon He Expresses “deep concern” over the deteriorating security situation in parts of Cameroon as well as heightened tensions related to planned events this Sunday, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called all parties to refrain from acts that could lead to further tensions and violence.

 Mr. Guterres encouraged the Cameroonian authorities to continue their efforts to address the grievances of the Anglophone community.

“He urges the authorities to promote measures of national reconciliation aimed at finding a durable solution to the crisis, including by addressing its root causes,” the statement added.

The Secretary-General stands ready to support these efforts, including through the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa ( UNOCA ).

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