Belarus Sets to Take Part in Ghana’s Agricultural Mechanization Programs.


The Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana to the Russian Federation concurrently accredited to Belarus Lesley Opoku-Ware met with Belarus’ Ambassador to Russia Dmitry Krutoi on 5th June and BeITA learned from the press service of the Belarusian diplomatic mission.

According to the press, the meeting took place on the 31st anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Ghana. Both ambassadors congratulated each other on the achievement in bilateral relations and expressed their determination to step up efforts to develop contacts at all levels.

Both parties discussed ways to reinvigorate the Belarus-Ghana political dialogue and to expand cooperation in trade, economic, humanitarian, and other fields, as well as the interaction between Belarus and Ghana in international organizations. Dmitry Krutoi and Leslry Opoku-Ware decided to help conduct regular ministerial consultations as soon as possible and organize visits of government and business delegations.

“The ambassador of Belarus outlined the areas where our countries could make significant progress. These are manufacturing, agriculture, food security, medicine, and education. Belarus is ready to participate in Ghana’s agricultural mechanization programs, supply this country with a wide range of utility vehicles, and medicines, introduce the latest technologies in the agro-industrial complex, to train Ghanaian students in Belarusian universities across various fields of expertise,” the diplomatic mission disclosed.

 The Ghanaian ambassador pointed out the genuinely friendly nature of bilateral relations. She fully upheld the practical steps proposed by the Belarusian side to promote cooperation. The diplomat stated that Ghana is a major producer of high-quality fruits and cocoa and is ready to supply them to the Belarusian market in any volume.

The press service added “The diplomats noted that the two countries have similar approaches to the most pressing issues on the international agenda and reaffirmed the commitment of Belarus and Ghana to a fair multipolar world order based on the principles of international law and respect for the sovereign equality of states. They agreed to strengthen coordination and mutual support on international platforms.”


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