On Wednesday May 4, a delegation led by the Malian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abdoulaye Diop, made a visit to Lomé during which he asked Togo to "support the effort of Malian dialogue with the international community", and to “take facilitation initiatives”.
After initial support in 2020 as part of the prevention of Covid-19, Togo is benefiting new support from Japan. The Japanese government has decided to grant its Togolese counterpart an emergency donation of $2 million (just over one billion FCFA), the Togolese government announced on Monday.
The International Conference on “Political transitions and the fight against terrorism in the Sahel and West Africa” announced to be held in the Togolese capital on April 21 is postponed to a later date.
A few days after the departure of Eric Stromayer, his successor Elisabeth Anne Noseworthy Fitzsimmons set foot on Togolese soil. The new ambassador of the United States in Togo handed over to the head of Togolese diplomacy, the castigated copy of the letter accrediting her.
While the Togolese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Professor Robert Dussey took stock of the upcoming meeting as part of the summit that Lomé will host on political transition and the fight against terrorism in West Africa and the Sahel, it received a critical response on Twitter.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs for Regional Integration and Togolese Abroad Prof. Robert Dussey announced on Saturday, with a lot of hope, the forthcoming Lomé Conference on Political Transitions and the Fight against Terrorism in the Sahel and West Africa.