ACCRA, Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Szijjarto, will visit Ghana from Nov 30 to Dec 1, to attend a business forum and the official inauguration of the Hungarian Embassy in Ghana.
Hungarian business people operating in various sectors such as agriculture, agro-processing, water management and sanitation, information communication technology (ICT), energy, infrastructure, construction and health will be part of the delegation accompanying the Minister.
After 30 years, His Excellency Peter Szijjarto is back with a strong enthusiastic team ready to work with Ghanaians, says Andras Szabo, the Hungarian Ambassador to Ghana.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) here Tuesday, Szabo said the business forum on Dec 1 would be aimed at promoting commercial and economic co-operation between Hungary and Ghana.
He added that Hungary, as one of the emerging economies of East�Central Europe, which joined the European Union (EU) 13 years ago, wished to set up an independent Ghana-Hungary business council which could help promote partnerships between the two countries.
Our mission in Ghana is fully business focus; we seek to promote Ghana’s economy with our focus being water and sanitation, ICT, construction, waste management, houses, food processing, agriculture and renewable energy. Ghana is an open, solid, friendly country with no obstacle and our mission here is to see more and more Hungary-Ghana business companies in Ghana helping to transform the economy, he added.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK