Bilateral relations between Cameroon and the two countries came under review during the two audiences.The Italian ambassador, Extraordinary and plenipotentiary, Samuela Isopi was the first to be received at about 11:40am at the State House.For over an hour, President Paul Biya and Ambassador Samuela Isopi discussed the grounds covered in strengthening diplomatic and bilateral relations between the two countries.The Italian diplomate described the state of relations between Cameroon and her country as very fruitful during her three year stay in Cameroon.The highpoint of her diplomatic sojourn were the visits of the Italian President Sergio Matarella to Cameroon and President Paul Biya\'s visit to Italy.Humanitarian activities, assistance in the domain of national education and infrastructural development projects are some of the areas where Italy left her mark.The Italian ambassador said she assured President Paul Biya that the Italian company constructing the Paul Biya Omnisport Stadium in Olembe, Yaounde that will host the opening game of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations will respect the deadline.Samula Isopi leaves Cameroon to the Central African Republic as European Union Ambassador.Next was the outgoing High Commissioner of Canada to Cameroon, H.E. Rene Cremonese. He also come to bid farewell to the President of the Republic after ending his diplomatic mission in the country.Longstanding diplomatic relations between the two countries first established in 1962 were reviewed during the audience.Cameroon and Canada\'s ties have evolved from a donor-beneficiary relation to one of trade partners.Both countries signed a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA) in March 2014.During both audiences, President Paul Biya handed symbolic gifts to each of the diplomats; a testimony of Cameroonian hospitality.Elvis Teke