Welcome to our website dedicated to the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Korea and Cameroon.
Since Korea and Cameroon established diplomatic relations in August 1961, both countries have continually intensified exchanges and cooperation in all domains. Korea has always strived to build and develop mutually beneficial relations with Cameroon.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, the Embassy of Korea wishes to review the history of the bilateral exchanges and cooperation, valuate the current situation, and set a common course for the two countries.
In particular, the Embassy will not spare any effort to ensure that the people of our two countries can celebrate this Diamond Jubilee together, be it physically or virtually. In spite of the unprecedented COVID-19 health crisis, this anniversary will be celebrated in style and in many different ways.
I look forward to your active participation and support.
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Cameroon, located in Yaounde, capital of Cameroon, covers Chad and the Republic of Central Africa as well as Cameroon.
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Cameroon was established in January 1969, following the diplomatic relationship between the two countries on August 10, 1961. In the aftermath of the financial crisis in 1998, however, the resident diplomatic mission withdrew and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nigeria covered Cameroon. In September 2008, the residential Embassy in Cameroon was re-opened.
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Cameroon covers political, economic, consular and cultural affairs. It has made efforts to reach out to the Cameroonian and Korean public based on professional knowledge with the strengthening of bilateral relations between two countries.
For more details about our Embassy and information on work, kindly visit the home page and the social media of the Embassy.