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Ukraine’s Embassy Opens in Accra to Strengthen Diplomatic Relations

In order to strengthen international relations, the Embassy of Ukraine has been officially inaugurated in Accra, Ghana.

The ceremony, attended by dignitaries and officials from both countries, highlights a renewed commitment to fostering cooperation and understanding between Ukraine and Ghana on the global stage.

Against the backdrop of the newly constructed embassy building, adorned with the flags of both nations, diplomats from Ukraine and Ghana gathered to mark the historic occasion.

Dr. Maksym Subh, Ukraine’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Middle East and Africa, expressed gratitude for the warm reception extended by the Ghanaian hosts and emphasized the pivotal role of the embassy in nurturing bilateral relations.

“In opening our resident embassy in Accra, we aim to forge stronger ties between Ukraine and Ghana across various domains, from political engagement to economic collaboration and consular services,” remarked Dr. Maksym Subh, reflecting the shared aspirations of both nations for deeper engagement and partnership.

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The sentiments of cooperation and solidarity were echoed by Kwaku Ampra-Twum Sarpong, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of Ghana, who reiterated Ghana’s steadfast support for Ukraine’s sovereignty amidst the ongoing conflict with Russia.

“In the face of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Ghana stands firm in supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty and upholding global peace and security,” affirmed Kwaku Ampra-Twum Sarpong, highlighting Ghana’s commitment to international norms and principles.

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