Foreign Minister Robert Dussey is on a 48-hour official visit to Zambia at the invitation of his counterpart, Harry Kalaba.
There was talk of reinvigorating political and economic cooperation between the two countries.
They also decided to proceed in the near future to the cancellation of visas between Togo and Zambia. The two ministers reaffirmed their firm commitment to combating terrorism and extremism in all their forms and agreed to pool their efforts with other countries and partners such as the United Nations and the African Union.
Harry Kalaba officially confirmed that his country was supporting the holding of the first Africa-Israel Summit in Lome in October and assured of his country’s participation.
This was also confirmed by Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu, receiving Friday Robert Dussey. The Zambian leader was also in Israel at the end of February.
The head of the Togolese diplomacy carried a message from Faure Gnassingbe about the many crises that threaten the peace, security, stability and development of Africa and the world.
Mr Lungu invited President Faure Gnassingbé to make an official visit whose date remains to be fixed.