Thailand-Togo sign MOUs on academic and economy

14/02/2015
Thailand-Togo sign MOUs on academic and economy

Robert Dussey (L) and Gen Tanasak Patimapragorn

Thailand and Togo have signed three Memorandum of Understandings to promote academic and economic cooperation through bilateral mechanisms. 

The Thai Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Gen Tanasak Patimapragorn has held a bilateral discussion with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Togo Robert Dussey, during his official visit to Thailand. 

Both sides intended to continue the expansion of bilateral trade for the benefits of both nations. The Thai counterpart expressed the readiness to export more rice to Togo in the future, as well as encouraging investment opportunity exchanges in the business sector. 

Three Memorandum of Understandings (MOUs) between Thailand and Togo were signed by the ministers, namely the MOU between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of both countries, the MOU on the academic cooperation, and the MOU between the Thai Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Togo. 

The new MOUs were expected to enhance the national developments in both countries through cooperative bilateral mechanisms.

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