Louise Mushikiwabo said that while economic activity is not the number one priority in the OIF, its role is important because the organization has a close relationship with partners in the development of this sector in the member states.
The OIF Economic Action Plan will also be presented at the Economic Forum (Economic Forum de la Francophonie) in November this year, when the 18th Summit of Heads of State and Government of the French-speaking countries is scheduled to take place. from November 20 to 21, 2021, in Djerba, Tunisia.
Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary General of the Association of French Countries (OIF), outlined the activities that could lead to economic development in the organization.
According to the OIF website, the five-year Program (2021-2025), which was to be unveiled at a meeting of the group’s entrepreneurs, took place on August 24 in France.
The Francophonie Economic Studies Conference aims to open a joint forum in French-speaking countries and revitalize the post-Covid-19 economy and better identify the opportunities available.
It was attended by representatives of trade companies in about 20 countries in African continent.
Participants included Algeria, Wallonie-Brussels, Cambodia, Cameroon, DRC, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Gabon, Lebanon, Madagascar, Morocco, Quebec, the Republic of Congo, Senegal, Switzerland, Togo, Tunisia and others.