Acting Prime Minister receives Courtesy call from Ghana's High Commissioner

Friday, July 26, 2019 6:48 PM - George's, Grenada
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July 26, 2019 – Visits by the leaders of Grenada and Ghana have been discussed as one way to strengthen relations between the two countries.
Paying a courtesy call on Acting Prime Minister, Honourable Gregory Bowen on Thursday, Ghana’s Ambassador to Grenada, His Excellency Napoleon Abdulai said his country is keen to deepen its relationship with Grenada and other Caribbean countries.

Grenada is likely to be included on the itinerary of the Ghanian President for his next trip to the Caribbean and it was proposed that the Grenadian leader also pay a visit to the African country.

Several potential areas of cooperation between Grenada and Ghana were identified including tourism, renewable energy and sports management.

As an oil-producing country, Ghana also expressed a willingness to provide technical assistance to Grenada as it continues its oil exploration initiative.

Mention was also made of Ghana’s Year of Return which commemorates 400 years since the first African slave was documented and is also intended to encourage persons of Ghanian descent to return to the country as well as boost visitor arrivals.

Grenada and Ghana first established diplomatic relations in March 1983.




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