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Ukraine pledges to strengthen bilateral, trade ties with Ghana after commissioning Embassy in Accra

Social News Dr. Maksym Subh, Special Envoy of Ukraine to the Middle East and Africa right with Mr. Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration left
MON, 15 APR 2024 LISTEN
Dr. Maksym Subh, Special Envoy of Ukraine to the Middle East and Africa [right] with Mr. Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration [left]

Eastern European country, Ukraine has opened its Embassy in Ghana located at Cantonments, Accra.

Speaking at the official commissioning of the Embassy on Friday, April 12, Dr. Maksym Subh, Special Envoy of Ukraine to the Middle East and Africa said the move shows the country’s commitment to increasing bilateral and trade ties with Ghana.

“Today’s opening of our resident embassy in Accra very much reflects on our willingness to develop bilateral ties on all levels between Ukraine and Ghana. Our diplomatic mission will perform a full range of functions, developing political contact, and strengthening economic and people-to-people ties.

“Ukraine is ready to work with our Ghanaian partners to create an enabling business environment. Once that is built that will create jobs for citizens of both countries,” Dr. Maksym Subh said.

In his address, Dr. Maksym Subh extended appreciation to Ghana for standing with Ukraine and supporting the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine amid the aggression from Russia.

On his part, Mr. Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration in Ghana lauded Ukraine for opening its Embassy in Ghana.

He said Ghana is committed to fostering strong ties with Ukraine.

“Ghana continued to demonstrate its support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity including joining the UN General Assembly resolution that condemning Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

“I’m confident that with the opening of the Ukraine embassy, bilateral relations between Ghana and Ukraine will be further consolidated to accelerate the diplomatic trade and investment ties with the mutual benefits of our two countries. We look forward to the appointment of an ambassador soon,” Mr. Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong said.

Mr. Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong further assured that Ghana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs will provide any support to make the running of the new Ukraine Embassy in the country successful.

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo

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