Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, completed a 24-hour visit to Togo. He said he was very happy to have made this trip.
In a press conference with his counterpart Faure Gnassingbé, he praised the good bilateral relations and wants to strengthen them in the sectors of trade, transport, security, agriculture and mining.
A framework agreement has been signed.
The two men also spoke about the national development plan; strategy that Togo intends to implement to ensure its emergence. It relies on private investment. And South African companies are obviously welcome.
‘We want domestic and foreign investment, but especially foreign investment from Africa. South Africans are important investors and I hope that Togo is also for them an investment land, “said Faure Gnassingbé.
He announced the upcoming holding of an economic forum in Johannesburg.