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CEMAC: Free-movement compromised after the closure of the Cameroon’s border with Equatorial Guinea at Kyé-Ossi

CEMAC: Free-movement compromised after the closure of the Cameroon’s border with Equatorial Guinea at Kyé-Ossi
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 22 November 2017 18:32

(Business in Cameroon) - Authorized sources revealed that Equatorial Guinea’s government closed the country’s border, with Cameroon, located at Kyé-Ossi in Southern Cameroon, last week.  

This occurs barely a month after Equatorial Guinea, which was very resilient to free-movement within CEMAC, finally suppressed the visa requirements for citizens of the community for stays that do not exceed 90 days.

Up till now, the authorities of Malabo have not explained this decision. This raises questions about the feasibility of free-movement within CEMAC despite the suppression of visa requirements by the member countries.

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