You have just opened the site of the Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon to the Holy See. Your pleasure will be mine if your quest for useful information will be satisfied.
Cameroon and the Holy See maintain diplomatic relations since 31st October 1966, the opening date of the Apostolic Nunciature of YAOUNDE. Cameroon has long been represented to the Vatican by its Ambassador accredited to the Federal Republic of Germany. I therefore had the fearsome honor of opening for the first time a resident mission from my country to the Holy See after my appointment on 25 January 2008 by President Paul BIYA and the presentation to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI of my Letters of credence on 16 June 2008.
The ambition to give an answer to the main questions you have about the structure and organization of this new Embassy, as well as about Cameroon, a country commonly called “Africa in miniature” Its astonishing human, geophysical, economic and confessional diversity and its political and administrative complexity. I wish you good reading and assure you of the availability of the Embassy to provide you with the additional information you would still need.