Togo and Luxembourg ink letter of intent for stronger cooperation

Economic governance
Tuesday, 02 April 2024 13:00
Togo and Luxembourg ink letter of intent for stronger cooperation

(Togo First) - Togo and Luxembourg signed a letter of intent focused on their cooperation in the coming years. The latter was signed in Lomé, on March 28, by the Togolese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Robert Dussey, and Luxembourg's Minister of Cooperation and Humanitarian Action, Xavier Bettel. Bettel stopped in Togo as part of a West African tour.

The letter of intent paves the way for stronger cooperation between the two countries, especially in the areas of economy, digitalization, environment, education, vocational training, and financial inclusion. Minister Bettel has met various Togolese officials in charge of these sectors.

"With the signing of this letter of intent, we are laying the groundwork today to deepen the partnership of cooperation between Luxembourg and Togo. I am pleased with this first step towards closer cooperation, which will be based on development priorities," Bettel wrote on his official X account.

In Togo, Luxembourg is engaged in the Kara Investment Fund. This fund supports projects in sectors such as agriculture, renewable energy, port, airport, road infrastructure, as well as telecommunications and digitalization.

Esaïe Edoh

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