Ghana and Togo have pledged to join forces to effectively check piracy and other crimes at sea.President John Mahama and his Togolese counterpart Faure Gnassingnbe agreed on this in a meeting in Togo.
President Mahama was in Kara on Thursday as part of his thank you tour.
The two presidents also discussed some bilateral issues, including energy, electricity and water supply.
President Mahama mentioned a joint project in the Volta Region, a treatment plant which will provide water to parts of the Volta Region in Ghana and parts of Togo.
The Ghanaians president also mentioned security in the sub-region, pledging his country’s commitment to ensure peace in Mali.
On piracy, President John Mahama said the naval and maritime authorities will combine efforts to check piracy in the waters of the sub-region.