The head of state who has already seen several of his counterparts at the Elysee continue to sacrifice a congratulatory ritual by sending a letter to Emmanuel Macron, elected on May 7 in France.
Le Quotidien de l’Economie of this 9 of May comes back on the fact that since 1982, the head of State Paul Biya has already seen passing 7 French presidents. “From François Mitterrand (May 21, 1981 to 17 May 1995) to Emmanuel Macron on May 7, through Jacques Chirac (May 17, 1995 to May 16, 2007), Nicholas Sarkozy (May 16, 2007 to 15 May 2012) and François Hollande (May 15, 2012 to May 14, 2017), Paul Biya wrote to all his colleagues a total of 7 letters of congratulations to the post of President of France, ” one reads.😂😂😂😂
The daily stresses that the 7th time is with the young Macron 39-year old when the head of state has 84, of which 35 years in power. In this regard, Mr Biya wrote on 8 May 2017, “On the occasion of your brilliant election as President of the French Republic, I have the great pleasure of addressing to you, on my own behalf and on behalf of the Cameroonian people, My sincere and warm congratulations “. Paul Biya adds: “I associate my best wishes with you in the accomplishment of your high mission. For many decades, France and Cameroon have had close and confident relations in many fields. Forged by history and a long friendship that has never faded, they can make new progress. ” The Cameroonian president also assured his new interlocutor that he was willing to work with him to maintain this friendship between two countries and to open new horizons to their cooperation.