The fourth session of Togo-Ghana Joint Commission opened on Thursday July, 27th in Accra. The Togolese delegation headed by Foreign Minister Robert Dussey also includes Security Minister Yark Damehame, his health colleague, Moustafa Mijiyawa, the Director General of the Togolese Revenue Office (OTR) and the police .
“This 4th session of the Mixed Commission reflects the commitment of our two countries to develop cooperation that fosters the development of our two peoples,” Dussey said at the opening of the meeting.
He said Togo and Ghana shared the core values of democracy, stability, good governance and the fight against corruption.
The accession to the presidency of Faure Gnassingbé’s CEDAO should be an asset to boost bilateral trade, said the head of Togolese diplomacy.
For two days, discussions will focus on defense and security, judicial cooperation, social action, tourism development, trade, territorial administration, telecommunications and customs cooperation.