German-Togolese consultations are ongoing in Lomé

Economic governance
Tuesday, 24 November 2020 16:02
German-Togolese consultations are ongoing in Lomé

(Togo First) - The 4th round of the German-Togolese Consultations opened in Lomé yesterday, November 23rd.

The two-day meeting brings together Togolese officials and German diplomats to discuss at length the current state and prospects of cooperation between the two countries.

For the Togolese government, the meeting should help "strengthen the impact of cooperation between the two countries" and "refocus it around key themes related to the government's roadmap."

In recent years, the long-standing and diversified bilateral relationship between Togo and Germany focused on several key areas such as local governance and decentralization.

Currently, in Togo, two major projects which are being implemented in the framework of the cooperation between the two countries are the Decentralization Support Program (PAD) led by KfW, and the Decentralization and Local Governance Program (ProDeGoL) steered by GIZ.

According to official data, since the cooperation between Lomé and Berlin resumed in 2012, Germany has injected nearly €265 million in the African country.

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