Francophone Africa’s maritime cluster (CMAF) partners with France’s maritime cluster

Economic governance
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 15:52
Francophone Africa’s maritime cluster (CMAF) partners with France’s maritime cluster

(Togo First) - The Francophone Africa maritime cluster (CMAF) signed with France’s maritime cluster a partnership agreement on January 14, 2020, in Abidjan. The document was signed by the respective heads of the two parties, Togolese Charles Kokouvi Gafan, and Frédéric Moncany. 

“The partnership agreement,” according to Gafan, “will boost actions between the two organizations and make them closer. It will also pave the way for future cooperation in Francophone Africa, between political authorities, port administrations, and businesses.” The convention will help boost intra-regional trade and defend concerned actors’ interests, CMAF’s chief adds. 

Let’s recall that CMAF’s purpose is to support the growth of economic operators in the maritime sector, as well as that of landlocked countries depending on maritime transactions. 

Séna Akoda

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