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Ghana is set to open an embassy in Belgrade, as announced by Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić following a meeting with Ghana’s Foreign Minister and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey.

During her official visit to Belgrade, Botchwey expressed that the establishment of a Ghanaian embassy will strengthen the bilateral relations and solidify the commitment to enhancing them. “At the meeting, we emphasized the importance of dedication to global peace and security. The cornerstone of our friendship with Serbia is the principle of non-alignment,” stated the minister post-meeting.

Dačić, at a joint press conference at the Ministry, expressed Serbia’s pride in its longstanding friendship with Ghana. “We are firmly committed to enhancing the relations established 65 years ago. Belgrade is eternally grateful for Ghana’s stance on respecting Serbia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty,” conveyed Dačić, adding that the Serbia-Ghana Joint Committee for Cooperation will be reactivated to boost the economic ties, currently valued at around seven million annually.

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As part of the visit, commemorating the anniversary of diplomatic relations, the two ministers will also deliver a lecture to the attendees of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ghanaian students studying in Serbia under the “World in Serbia” program.

Minister Botchwey will be presented with a commemorative personalized postage stamp.

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