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Assistant Secretary Frazer visits with Cameroonian Dignitaries


Washington, DC
February 16, 2006

Assistant Secretary Frazer and Ambassador Marquardt after a lively discussion February 16, 2006 with Cameroonian Parliamentarians Roland Matta, Emilia Lifaka, Hamadou Sali, Ndinda Ndinda and Gabriel Mbock. The Parliamentarians outlined the challenges they face working with no budget, no offices and no staff.

Assistant Secretary Fraser poses with Cameroonian Parliamentarians (State Department Photo).

Assitant Secretary Frazer enjoying a moment with President Biya following the inauguration of the new Embassy in Yaounde February 16 and just before the unveiling of "Rosa Parks Street" where the Embassy stands.

Assistant Secretary Frazer enjoying a moment with President Biya of Cameroon (State Department Photo).

Assistant Secretary Frazer and Ambassador Marquardt at the International Relations Institute of Cameroon just before her February 16, 2006 policy speech to a packed house of aspiring Cameroonian and African diplomats and members of the diplomatic corps.

Assistant Secretary Frazer and Ambassador Marquardt at the International Relations Institute of Cameroon (State Department Photo).

Frazer signing the Embassy’s "Livre d’Or" (Guest book) after the ceremonial inauguration February 16th, attended by the entire Cameroonian Government, including President Paul Biya.

Assistant Secretary Fraser signs book (State Department Photo).


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