Togo adheres to London international maritime transport convention

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Friday, 17 May 2019 07:13
Togo adheres to London international maritime transport convention

(Togo First) - During the ministers’ council last May 15, the government of Togo approved the country’s adhesion to the London convention signed April 9, 1965 aimed at easing international maritime traffic.

In effect, the convention’s goal is to make maritime transport more accessible by simplifying related formalities for international travels.

Thus, Togo adhering to the convention should simplify administrative procedures in the sector of maritime transport and make the country more attractive. It should also help it get more partners to implement its 2018-2022 national development plan (PND).

Indeed, under the first strategic axis of the PND, Togo aims to become a logistics hub and first-class business center in West Africa. A goal that leverages the country’s good geographical situation and its deep-water port.

Séna Akoda

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