The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and African Integration of the Togolese Republic, His Excellency Prof. Robert Dussey, from 20 to 22 July 2017, paid a working visit to Lisbon, Portugal. During his visit, Professor Dussey was received in audience by his counterpart from Portugal His Excellency Augusto Santos Silva to discuss issues of common interest to both countries.
Togolese Foreign Minister Robert Dussey met in Washington with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. He is the first African diplomat to be received by former ExxonMobil CEO named in February by Donald Trump.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui has been on Wednesday for a 48-hour visit to Lome to boost Sino-Togolese friendship and cooperation. “China and Togo are bound by traditional cooperation and bilateral cooperation is progressing to a tough step.” In 2016 President Faure Gnassingbe made a very successful state visit to China during which Chinese […]
Lusaka, on 11 March 2017 PRESS RELEASE At the invitation of his Zambian counterpart, the Honorable Harry KALABA, Minister of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Professor Robert DUSSEY, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and African Integration of the Republic of Togo, made an official visit from 9th to 11 March 2017 in the Zambian capital, Lusaka. […]
Foreign Ministers of the States members of the Council of the agreement (EC) approved Monday in Lome, the project program/2017 of the executive secretariat of the subregional organization, after two days of conclave of experts last week, found a knowledge News reporter.
Robert Dussey opened Monday in Lome meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Council of the entente (Benin, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Togo).
Great year for Togolese diplomacy. At the time of the balance sheet, it is recognize that Togo is back on the African and international stage.
"Togolese diplomacy is doing fine," said Robert Dussey, Minister of Foreign Affairs, cooperation and African integration, in an exclusive interview with the News Agency knowledge. Mr. Dussey takes little stock of diplomatic activities in 2016.