Senegal will start new negotiations with Gambia on timber trafficking in the south of the country. This, at the first state visit of President Adama Barrow, scheduled from 02 to 04 March. This assertion was made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development, Abdoulaye Bibi Baldé, this Thursday.
The question of illegal timber trade in Casamance will be at the heart of the discussions between Senegal and Gambia on the occasion of the official visit that President Adama Barrow in Dakar. That is what the Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Development said on the sidelines of the launch day of the “Senegal without plastic waste” operation.