The presidents of Kazakhstan and the Republic of Togo held bilateral talks on agriculture, new technologies, joint development of minerals, production and investment, World of NAN reports citing Akorda.
The leaders agreed at the governmental level to take concrete measures to increase trade turnover.
"Kazakhstan has huge opportunities for exporting grain crops to Togo. As you know, the Islamic Organization for Food Security was established on the initiative of our country. I called on Togo to become a member of this organization and use its potential," said Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
In turn, the head of Togo, Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé, said that they are interested in developing strategic partnership not only at the interregional but also at the continental level.
"We are happy to develop our cooperation in the agricultural sector. Today Kazakhstan has great opportunities to supply grain to Togo. Your country has made significant progress in digitalization. We also intend to implement digitalization projects in our country and establish cooperation in this direction," said the President of Togo.