GHANA COMMIGTED TO EFFORTS TO MAIN PEACE, SECURITY OF AFRICA

ACCRA– President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has declared that Ghana is committed to regional and international efforts to maintain peace and security in Africa and stands ready to support strategies and plans aimed at addressing the issues of drugs and human trafficking, cross-boarder crimes, and terrorism.

The country will spare no effort to make the region safe, the President assured when the out-going French Ambassador to Ghana, Francois Pujolas, called on him at his Jubilee House office here Wednesday to bid farewell after ending his tour of duty in Ghana.

He told the envoy that Ghana would always play its role in the comity of nations to address pertinent issues that made Africa and its people vulnerable. He commended the French government for the security-specific investments in the region.

He said those investments and support would enable Ghana to respond effectively to threats to security both in the country and on the continent.

President Akufo-Addo said he appreciated of the support the French Government had given Ghana in several sectors of its economy, including infrastructure development, agriculture, health and education, which had strengthened ties between the two nations.

Pujolas commended Ghana’s contribution to peace and stability on the continent and for playing a lead role in the regional integration process. He was positive that during his tenure, the economic relations between the two countries inched higher, with the number of people shuttling between the two nations increasing as a result of daily direct flights from Ghana to France.

He was optimistic that investment and partnerships between business entities of both nations would see a significant rise soon.

President Akufo-Addo also received Egypt ‘s envoy to Ghana, Mohammed Heider, who has also completed his duty tour of the country, saying that Ghana would lend its support to Egyptian President Mohammed Sisi who has been elected to be the Chairman of the African Union from January 2019.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

   

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GHANA COMMIGTED TO EFFORTS TO MAIN PEACE, SECURITY OF AFRICA

ACCRA– President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has declared that Ghana is committed to regional and international efforts to maintain peace and security in Africa and stands ready to support strategies and plans aimed at addressing the issues of drugs and human trafficking, cross-boarder crimes, and terrorism.

The country will spare no effort to make the region safe, the President assured when the out-going French Ambassador to Ghana, Francois Pujolas, called on him at his Jubilee House office here Wednesday to bid farewell after ending his tour of duty in Ghana.

He told the envoy that Ghana would always play its role in the comity of nations to address pertinent issues that made Africa and its people vulnerable. He commended the French government for the security-specific investments in the region.

He said those investments and support would enable Ghana to respond effectively to threats to security both in the country and on the continent.

President Akufo-Addo said he appreciated of the support the French Government had given Ghana in several sectors of its economy, including infrastructure development, agriculture, health and education, which had strengthened ties between the two nations.

Pujolas commended Ghana’s contribution to peace and stability on the continent and for playing a lead role in the regional integration process. He was positive that during his tenure, the economic relations between the two countries inched higher, with the number of people shuttling between the two nations increasing as a result of daily direct flights from Ghana to France.

He was optimistic that investment and partnerships between business entities of both nations would see a significant rise soon.

President Akufo-Addo also received Egypt ‘s envoy to Ghana, Mohammed Heider, who has also completed his duty tour of the country, saying that Ghana would lend its support to Egyptian President Mohammed Sisi who has been elected to be the Chairman of the African Union from January 2019.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

   

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