Togo and India to boost bilateral relations in energy, mining and digital economy sectors

Economic governance
Monday, 09 September 2019 13:59
Togo and India to boost bilateral relations in energy, mining and digital economy sectors

(Togo First) - Last Thursday, President Gnassingbé met with Indian minister of foreign affairs, Vellamvelly Muraleedharan.

Talks between the two men revolved mainly around ways to boost cooperation between Togo and India, especially in the power, mining and digital economy sectors.

The Indian diplomat also met with the minister of Energy and Mines, Marc Ably-Bidamon, and that of development planning, Demba Tignokpa. 

With the former, Muraleedharan reviewed bilateral relations between the two nations in the mining and solar sectors. “We dicussed about bilateral relations and coming projects, notably those relating to solar power and mining,” declared Marc Ably-Bidamon following the meeting.

India is worldwide a major promoter of clean energy. With France, the Asian mastodon founded the International Solar Alliance (ISA) which Togo is part of.

Séna Akoda

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