The president left the shores of the country for Germany on an invitation by the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel. The visit is to strengthen the ties between the two countries. Since he visited the European giant country, he has undertaken series of activities. Among them was the powerful speech he delivered on the 23rd of August at Dusseldorf, as part of the 75th-anniversary celebration of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany's number one industrial region and the most populous state in Germany. In his speech, the president said Ghana's relation with Germany is of utmost importance.
He also encouraged the two countries to co-operate for a win, win situation. "Ghana and Germany must co-operate in ensuring the promotion of transparent and inclusive policy and decision-making processes at local, national, regional and global levels", Nana Addo said.
Yesterday, Friday 27th August, the president participated in the G20 Compact with Africa (CwA), this was an initiative aimed at promoting private investment in Africa. He also held bilateral meetings with the German Chancellor.
"On Friday 27th August, 202, I participated in the G20 Compact with Africa (CwA) initiative, held in Berlin, the capital of the federal republic of Germany. The compact was initiated under the German G20 Presidency to promote private investment in Africa including infrastructure", the president posted on his official Facebook page.
The president attached beautiful pictures of himself making Ghana proud during his visit to Germany.
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The coronavirus has dealt the economy of the country a very big blow, we hope that some of these travels will bring in some needed revenue to help bring back the economy to normalcy for the ordinary to be to afford basic needs. I urge all and sundry to also play their roles in whatever way they can to supplement the president's efforts.
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