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Togo opens embassy in Qatar

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The Togo government has officially opened its embassy in Qatar this week. The ceremony was attended by Togo's Foreign Minister, Robert Dussey, and the Secretary-General of Qatar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Ahmed bin Hassan Al Hammadi.

Robert Dussey (R) and officials from Qatar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs during the opening of Togo's embassy

The Togo government has officially opened its embassy in Qatar this week. The ceremony was attended by Togo's Foreign Minister, Robert Dussey, and the Secretary-General of Qatar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Ahmed bin Hassan Al Hammadi.

With this new representation in Doha, Togo aims to develop and enhance its economic relations with the wealthy Gulf nation. The establishment of the embassy signifies a strategic move to tap into Qatar's robust economic potential.

Qatar continues to expand its footprint in Africa with numerous investments across the continent. Leveraging its substantial financial resources, Qatar aims to play a significant role in diplomatic and economic spheres within the region.

The opening of the Togolese embassy in Qatar is expected to facilitate stronger bilateral ties, promote mutual investments, and foster strategic partnerships between the two nations. This move underscores Togo's commitment to diversifying its international relations and boosting economic growth through foreign investments.

By Hussein Ahmad 

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