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Ghana Rekindles Bilateral Relations With Serbia And Re-opens Embassy

Ghana and Serbia have revived two-sided relations with the re-opening of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Accra on Friday, eighth July, 2022.

The re-opening of the Embassy was gone before by a two-sided gathering between the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey and her Serbian partner Mr. Nikola Selaković.

During the gathering the Foreign Ministers talked about areas of common premium which included Agriculture, Defense, Digitalisation, Artificial Intelligence, and Trade and Investment among others. The two Ministers communicated the expectation that, the restored relations will be additionally reinforced to the advantages of the residents of the two nations.

Ms Botchwey lauded the Government of Serbia for its persistent commitment to the formative endeavors of Ghana, especially in the space of Education, Sports, Culture, and limit building.

She required the resumption of conversation of the Permanent Joint Commission for Cooperation between the two nations to assist with smoothing out the areas of collaboration. In such manner, she suggested that the primary gathering be held in October, 2022.

As far as concerns him, Mr. Nikola Selaković was hopeful that the re-opening of the Serbian Embassy will additionally improve the respective relations between the two nations and trusted that Ghana will likewise re-open her Embassy in Belgrade at the appointed time.

He lauded the Government and People of Ghana for the warm gathering concurred to his side and would have liked to respond in great measure.

Ghana and Serbia have appreciated productive two-sided relations since the time of the then Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), under President Josef Broz Tito and Ghana's most memorable president Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. The two presidents shared an individual companionship and were important for the initial architects of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).

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