Cameroon's president meets with Pontiff
Catholic World News - October 18, 2013
Pope Francis met on October 18 with President Paul Biya of Cameroon.
A brief Vatican statement released after the meeting indicated that the talks had centered on relations between the Holy See and the African country, and particularly on a pending accord that would establish the legal status of Church institutions in Cameroon. The Pope also spoke with Biya about the challenges to peace and security in sub-Saharan Africa.
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