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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Rescheduling of Presidential Elections

The Government of Togo has announced that the Togolese presidential elections are rescheduled for April 25, 2015. During any election season, there is an elevated likelihood of demonstrations, marches, rallies, and strikes. Additionally, information regarding any demonstrations typically develops rapidly before and during the events themselves. Please remember that even demonstrations intended to be peaceful ...
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Open Skies Agreement

DRAFT REMARKS FOR AMBASSADOR WHITEHEAD OPEN SKIES AGREEMENT SIGNING CEREMONY MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND COOPERATION LOME – APRIL 2, 2015 /Salutations/ I am delighted to be here today to conclude the Open Skies Air Transport Agreement between the governments of the United States and Togo. The signing of the final agreement today marks the ...
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Workshop on the Prevention of HIV-transmission from Mothers to Children with the Togolese Army

The Embassy of the United States, in collaboration with the Togolese Armed Forces (FAT) and the Association of Veterans Affairs Military Friends (AMACACH), organized a three-day refresher workshop highlighting a new protocol for the prevention of HIV-transmission from mothers to children (PMTCT).  The opening workshop’s opening ceremony was held March 25 on the premises of ...
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Esperance Hospital Dedication

SPEECH OF HIS EXCELLENCY ROBERT WHITEHEAD, AMBASSADOR OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO TOGO AT THE DEDICATION CEREMONY OF THE ABWE HOSPITAL ESPERANCE AT MANGO, OTI PRÉFECTURE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015 AT 10:00AM ************************** MR. PREFECT OF OTI HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TOGO HEALTH OFFICIALS, TRADITIONAL AND RELIGIOUS LEADERS, ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Upcoming Elections

The Government of Togo has announced that the Togolese presidential elections will be held on April 15, 2015. During any election season, there is an elevated likelihood of demonstrations, marches, rallies, and strikes. Additionally, information regarding any demonstrations typically develops rapidly before and during the events themselves. Please remember that even demonstrations intended to be ...
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