Seven New Envoys Present Credentials To President Akufo Addo

President Akufo Addo has received the credentials of seven new envoys posted to Ghana

The envoys include, Aboubacar Sadikh Barry, Senegalese Ambassador to Ghana; Anne Sphie Avé, Ambassador of France to Ghana; Mohammed Ahmad All Homaid, Ambassador of Qatar to Ghana; Shani Cooper, Israeli Ambassador to Ghana; Meyer Kheir, Ambassador of Lebanon to Ghana, Frances Virginia Anderson, High Commissioner of Sierra Leone to Ghana and Diana Acconcia, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Ghana.

In a brief remark, Israeli Ambassador, Shani Cooper, in her address expressed joy over the visits and hundreds of business tours to Israel which have been led by the Ghana Israel Business Chamber.

The French Ambassador, Ann SpohieAvé observed that both President Macron and President Akufo Addo share the conviction that Ghana and French relations are crucial.

President Akufo Addo congratulated them and reiterated his administration’s readiness to work with them and their respective countries. He also pledged his commitment to deepen further trade relations and to build strong economic ties.

Ambassador Barry of Senegal said his country and Ghana have signed as far back as 2014, an agreement to establish a Permanent Joint Commission for Cooperation (PJCC) which is yet to be met. He assured that during his time in office, he will ensure that the PJCC meets to explore avenues for further cooperation.