Ghanaians failing to acknowledge and follow the works of certain hard working Cabinet Ministers in the country is the main reason why we are unable to see their contributions towards the development of this nation.
The cabinet minister, who is also a Member of Parliament for the Damongo constituency on the 27th of September 2021 met the British High Commissioner and later also hosted the Swiss Ambassador in his office.
In his meetings with these two prominent foreign government officials, the British High Commissioner H.E Harriet Thomson and the Swiss Ambassador to Ghana H.E Philip Stalder, they massively focused on the interventions at ensuring sustainable and good management of our Natural Resources.
Hon. Jinapor in his writing to Ghanaians on his social media platform said that, the meetings with these two diplomats focused amongst others, on my ministry's ongoing interventions at ensuring sustainable and responsible management of our country's natural resources, thereby contributing to the global efforts at attaining a situation of 1.5 degrees Celsius global warming."
The minister meeting such important foreign officials on such topics will definitely help strategize interventions to sustain our natural resources.
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