Togo will ratify protocol 1988 on load lines in order to boost maritime trade and security

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Friday, 17 May 2019 14:46
Togo will ratify protocol 1988 on load lines in order to boost maritime trade and security

(Togo First) - In order to ensure ships’ safety, by preventing overloading, Togo has decided to ratify the protocol of 1988 relating to the international convention on load lines, 1966.

Ratifying the 1988 protocol will in effect introduce a new harmonized visit and certification system, hence raising the reputation of Togo, in regards to international maritime institutions. Doing so will make the country more attractive and contribute to the first axis of Lomé’s national development plan. The latter is to make the nation a logistics hub and first-class business center in West Africa.

Regarding the London convention, its goal is to ease and simplify all procedures related to arrival, stay and departure of ships, in the framework of international trips.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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