A little over a month after the official visit of Faure Gnassingbé to Tokyo, experts from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) are in Togo to discuss the country's needs in different sectors.
A meeting will be held on Tuesday with the heads of cooperation services of the Ministry of External Affairs.
"Representatives of the Japanese Agency will inform us of the progress of the various requests made by Togo in funding," said a ministry official.
During his stay in Japan, the President had extensive discussions with Sadako Ogata (photo), Director General of JICA and former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1990-2000).
In June, the Japanese government canceled the entire debt of Togo, about 50 billion CFA francs.