Cooperation: Togolese PM in Gabon for work visits

Friday, 22 October 2021 12:11
Cooperation: Togolese PM in Gabon for work visits

(Togo First) - Victoire Tomégah-Dogbé, Togo’s PM, has been in Gabon since last Wednesday, on an official visit. Upon arrival, Toméga-Dogbé met with her Gabonese counterpart, Rose Christiane Ossouka Raponda, and they discussed ways to boost cooperation between the two countries.

In detail, the two Prime Ministers talked about common-interest issues and emphasized the need for their respective countries to innovate, to mutually benefit from their cooperation. “During yesterday’s work session with our Gabonese counterparts, we noticed the convergence between the development projects of Presidents Faure Gnassingbé and Ali Bongo, regarding industrialization, inclusion, and sustainable development; areas where we plan to improve our cooperation, the Togolese PM said.

Besides these areas, the two countries plan to “define new mechanisms that will help leverage investment and development opportunities for the good of their respective people.”  This will be discussed further at the 7th session of the Gabon-Togo mixed great commission.

According to Ossouka (Gabon’s PM), over the past decades, Gabon and Togo have sustained “a cooperation model, an exemplary and dynamic partnership.”

It should be recalled that the two nations sealed in March 1975 a deal on the free movement of people and goods.  

Esaïe Edoh

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