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Ukraine Opens Embassy In Accra 

Dr Subh disclosed that Ghana was not only a traditional friend but also a country with which Ukraine had achieved extraordinary cooperation in the political and trade spheres as well as at international forums, and that the dynamics of the relations had grown exponentially, especially in the last two years.

Ukraine has strengthened its relations with Ghana by opening an embassy in Ghana’s capital, Accra.

The Ukrainian Embassy in Ghana among others will perform the normal diplomatic mission functions like developing political contacts, strengthening economic and people-to-people ties, and providing consular services to Ukrainians and Ghanaians.

Speaking on the occasion on Friday, April 12, 2024, Special Envoy of Ukraine to the Middle East and Africa, Dr Maksym Subh, declared that the ceremony shows Ukraine’s preparedness to develop full bilateral relations with Ghana.

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Dr Subh disclosed that Ghana was not only a traditional friend but also a country with which Ukraine had achieved extraordinary cooperation in the political and trade spheres as well as at international forums, and that the dynamics of the relations had grown exponentially, especially in the last two years.

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He assured that his country was ready to work with its Ghanaian partners to create an enabling business environment that would build upon Ghana’s stable economy and political foundation and create jobs for citizens of both countries.

To him, his country will not overlook the opportunities that the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) abound with in providing and expanding trade and economic cooperation between Ukraine and all African states.

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Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, made it clear that Ghana would not shirk its responsibility of firmly supporting the right of Ukraine’s territorial boundaries, and UN General Assembly Resolutions condemning Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

He expressed regret that, “the ongoing conflict in Ukraine has disrupted these trade dynamics, impeding progress towards meaningful strategic outcomes. Despite these challenges, Ghana remains committed to exploring avenues for enhancing bilateral relations once stability is restored in the region”.

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