Ghana’s President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is scheduled to visit Guyana in June, Dailymailgh.com can confirm.
He will be discussing energy cooperation among others with his Guyanese counterpart, David Granger, when he visits from June 11th to 12th.
“We are confident that this visit will result in practical measures aimed at enhancing relations and cooperation between our two states, particularly in the fields of agriculture, culture, energy, environment, investment, petroleum production, private sector cooperation, tourism and transportation,” President Granger announced Wednesday at the accreditation of Ghana’s non-resident High Commissioner, Professor Abena Pokua Adompim Busia.
President Granger noted that Ghana and Guyana are joined by ties of blood, history and common interests.
Ms. Busia noted that Ghana is the gateway to the West Africa sub region and in the light of this, the Government has put in place policies and initiatives which are all geared to promote Ghana as a business-friendly country.
The High Commissioner then invited members of the business community to take advantage of the positive environment.
“Please, let us exchange Trade Missions to explore the many other business ventures open to us. In the area of educational exchanges and heritage tourism, I am committed to exploring the potential for our two countries to exchange ideas and share best practices,” she said.
Guyana joined in heralding Ghana’s Independence in 1957. Some cultural organizations observe, annually, the 6th of March as Ghana Day.
Source: Daily Mail GH