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General News of Thursday, 30 January 2014


Mahama receives 5 envoys to Ghana

Five envoys Tuesday presented their letters of credence to President John Dramani Mahama at the Flagstaff House and pledged to promote co-operation between their respective countries and Ghana.

They are the German Ambassador to Ghana, Mr John Rudiger; the Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Jean Aarie Speich; the Ambassador-designate Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mali, Mrs Konandji Aissata Coulibaly; the Jamaican High Commissioner to Ghana, Madam Lylen Ann Marie Scott, and the Ambassador of Vietnam, Mr Hoang Ngoc Ho.

Welcoming the envoys, President Mahama commended them for their appointment and urged them to work hard at achieving their objectives.


On Germany, the President said the long relationship between Ghana and Germany had grown over the years, saying Germany was now one of Ghana’s strongest allies in terms of development support.

In their various responses, the heads of missions praised Ghana for the strides it had made in its development, as well as its hospitality.

They pledged to promote co-operation between their countries and Ghana.