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CHAD/USA: Chadian Prime Minister, Succès Masra, in Washington for crucial meetings with the IMF, World Bank, and key stakeholders


Washington, DC, February 24, 2024 – Chadian Prime Minister, Succès Masra, commenced a visit to Washington, DC, in the United States on Saturday, February 24, where he will participate in several meetings at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group from February 26 to 29.

Since taking office as the Prime Minister of Chad on January 1, 2024, the Chadian head of government has made this visit to the United States a priority, marking his first official trip abroad. In line with this commitment, Mr. Masra accepted an invitation from the World Bank Group to be one of the distinguished speakers at the 2024 Fragility Forum (FF2024) to be held in Washington, D.C., from February 27 to 29, 2024.

In addition to the scheduled meetings at the IMF and the World Bank, Prime Minister Masra will engage in bilateral meetings with U.S. authorities and various governmental and non-governmental organizations, including NED, USIP, ATLANTIC COUNCIL, OPEN SOCIETY, etc. The agenda of these meetings will address crucial issues such as democratic and electoral processes in Chad, security in the Sahel region, investment opportunities between the United States and Chad, and Chad's candidacy for the presidency of the African Development Bank.

These exchanges aim to strengthen the ties between Chad and the United States, paving the way for mutually beneficial cooperation. The government mission aims to consolidate relations between Chad and the Bretton Woods institutions, serving as a platform for discussions on crucial issues such as poverty alleviation, development assistance, and general development. The agenda of the Chadian Prime Minister also includes meetings with high-ranking officials in the economy and finance, investors, and business leaders, thus promoting investment opportunities between the two nations.


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