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07.02.2009 Social News

Korean Ambassador calls on Asantehene


Mr. Lee Sang-hak, Korean Ambassador to

on Friday paid a courtesy call on Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene

at the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi.
The Ambassador was accompanied by his wife.
Welcoming them, the Asantehene expressed appreciation about the

technological development going on in Korea as a Third World country

and expressed hope that, with the good relations between Ghana and

Korea, Ghanaians would benefit from it.
He appealed to the Ambassador to help establish a Technical

to promote employable skill training among the young artisans at the

Suame Magazine in Kumasi and technological development, adding that

with the good relations, Ghana would be able to tap some of their

The Asantehene expressed hoped Korean Government would

continue with the rehabilitation programme of the Kumasi Airport and

the strengthening of the South-South cooperation, among African

countries to enhance effective human and material development.

Ambassador Sang-hak expressed gratitude with the warm reception

accorded him and the wife and pledged to work hard to attract more

investors and projects into Kumasi to accelerate the socio-economic

development of the country.
He said, he would do all he could to improve the strong bilateral

socio-economic cooperation between Ghana and Korea as well as the

future assistance
to the nation.