In Togo, the Benin and Togolese ministers of transport signed an air and a road transport agreement last week (31 July) following two days of talks between experts.
SV interior Togolese minister Kossi Adorgloh seated on right wearing glasses signing agreement
SV PAN Benin delegation witnessing signing of document.
SV benin, Minister Leopold, Ahouyea signing (TWO SHOTS)
CU Togolese minister Kossi Adorgloh signing copies of document.
CU Benin minister signing
SV PAN Togolese delegation witnessing signing
Ministers exchange agreements and shake hands
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Background: In Togo, the Benin and Togolese ministers of transport signed an air and a road transport agreement last week (31 July) following two days of talks between experts.
SYNOPSIS: The delegations from Benin and Togo concluded their two days of negotiations on transport between the two neighbouring countries with the signing of an air and a road transport agreement last Tuesday (31 July). The leaders of the delegations, Benin's Minister of Transport Leopold Ahoueya seen here and Togolese transport minister Kossi Adorgloh met at the headquarters of the Togolese ruling party, the RPT, Rassemblement du Peuple Togolais, for the official signing ceremony. Togo's Monsieur Adorgloh noted the importance of the agreements in improving bilateral relations and in consolidating the unity of Africa. Benin's
Monsieur Ahoueya stressed the common links between the two neighbouring peoples and their joint concern to put their economics on a sound basis. Togo's conservative economic policies have made the country a stabilising influences in West Africa and have provided an outlet for some of Benin's unemployed.