Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia landed in Guyana on Saturday for an official three-day go to.
The go to is aimed to additional strengthen, broaden and intensify bilateral relations between each international locations.
The Ministry of International Affairs and Worldwide Cooperation introduced that Vice President Bawumia is main an 18-member official delegation, in addition to members from his residence nation’s personal sector.
Over the following three days, the Ghanaian Vice President shall be partaking in high-level bilateral discussions with officers of the Authorities of Authorities, in addition to members of the native personal sector.
He’s additionally slated to fulfill with members of the Ghanian diaspora and shall be visiting the College of Guyana.
Dr. Bawumia’s go to is a product of the improved bilateral relations between the 2 international locations.
Through the 76th United Nations Basic Meeting (UNGA) in September, President Irfaan Ali and President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo spoke about a number of issues of mutual pursuits – together with oil and fuel, local weather change and the setting, capability constructing, coaching and funding.
Shortly after, in October, Vice President Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo paid an official go to to Ghana the place he mentioned together with his counterpart and different authorities officers wide-ranging points and alternatives that the international locations can deal with and seize, collectively.
Though Guyana formally established diplomatic relations with Ghana on Might 14, 1979, Guyana’s independence motion was drastically influenced by Pan-Africanist and the primary President of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah. Through the celebration of Ghana’s independence in March 1957, Guyana’s political leaders, Dr. Cheddi Jagan and Forbes Burnham traveled to Ghana to attend the festivities.
All through their years of management, each Presidents Jagan and Burnham maintained good relations with Ghana.
Guyana has lengthy shared widespread pursuits with these of the Republic of Ghana.
In 1970, Guyana joined Ghana and several other different creating nations as a member state of the Non-Aligned Motion (NAM).
NAM was formally established in 1961 by President Nkrumah, and the presidents of Yugoslavia, India, Indonesia, and Egypt to manipulate relations between creating and developed nations.