Robert Dussey opened Monday in Lome meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Council of the entente (Benin, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Togo).
This regional organization chaired by Faure Gnassingbé intends to play a political role but especially economic development.
Indeed, Mr. Dussey recalled that the aim of the Council was to implement 'major projects, under regional vocation which must accelerate the strengthening of cooperation.'
Among the mentioned priorities, electrification, sanitation and the training of experts in road and rail infrastructure.
"We have to establish a true partnership, only way to strengthen between our economies that remain fragile, stressed Mr. Dussey.
He called on Member States to cultivate a climate of peace, security, solidarity and mutual understanding necessary for economic and social development hard