Togo: Ministry of maritime economy gets new premises

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Thursday, 07 October 2021 15:48
Togo: Ministry of maritime economy gets new premises

(Togo First) - The Ministry of Maritime Economy, Fisheries, and Coastal Protection of Togo now has its premises since Monday, October 4, 2021. The information was disclosed in a statement issued Tuesday by the head of the ministry, Edem Kokou Tengué

“Progress and a new address, one year later…,” the ministry wrote on its website to announce its new address located on Avenue Nicolas Grunitzky, within the walls of the Post Company of Togo (SPT), and not far from Orabank Togo’s headquarters.

Let’s emphasize that the ministry, established in October 2020, plans to speed up its activities’ implementation, in line with the government’s ambitions falling under the National Development Plan (PND).  “Now, more than ever, we must move forward with the concretization of our roadmap, to ensure that the blue economy has a real impact on the national economy,” the ministry said on its website.

It should be noted that “a large part of the country's economic activities is related to the port sector. Also, fishing contributes to 4.5% of GDP and employs over 20,000 people,” according to recent data.

Esaïe Edoh

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