Togo and Congo boost bilateral cooperation with new agreements

Economic governance
Thursday, 20 August 2020 15:24
Togo and Congo boost bilateral cooperation with new agreements

(Togo First) - On August 19, Togo and the Republic of Congo signed multiple political and economic cooperation agreements.  

The documents were signed by the nations' ministers of foreign affairs, Robert Dussey and Claude Gakosso. The latter was in Togo for an official visit. 

The first agreement signed concerns the reciprocal exemption of diplomatic and service visas between the two countries, similar to agreements Togo signed with Gabon, Morocco, Brazil, and Turkey. 

The second agreement established a partnership between the two chambers of commerce in Lomé and Brazzaville. It aims to build more relations between the private sectors of the two African countries.

The last of the agreements sealed a new partnership between the ports Lomé and Pointe-Noire.

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