Togo president Faure Gnassingbé will begin a three-day State visit to Ghana Monday afternoon.
The visit is expected to further develop, enhance and consolidate the relationship between the Anglophone and Francophone countries, a statement from the presidency said.
President John Dramani Mahama will hold talks with Gnassingbé at the Flagstaff House on Tuesday. The bilateral discussions between the two sides will focus on a joint water project that will serve Ghana and Togo, Energy, Security and Health.
President Mahama and his guest will jointly inaugurate the West Hills Mall in the afternoon of Tuesday and visit the DanAdams Pharmaceutical Company. The two leaders will also be the guests of honour at the inauguration of the Atta Mills Centre for Law and Governance at GIMPA.
President Gnassingbé, who will be accompanied by a number of ministers of state and political leaders from Togo, will also visit the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and the Asomdwee Park, all in Accra.
The climax of the visit will be at Aflao, where the two Presidents will inaugurate a railway project.