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05 Sep 2022 | Mon 18:33
The new High Commissioner of Ghana to Maldives, Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh presented credentials to President Solih on Monday
The new High Commissioner of Ghana to Maldives, Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh presented credentials to President Solih on Monday
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New High Commissioner of Ghana proposes to seek tourism investment opportunities in Maldives
 
The new High Commissioner of Ghana to Maldives, Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh presented credentials to President Solih on Monday
 
Diplomatic relations were established between Maldives and Ghana on 10 August 1989
 
The President expressed hope for increased people-to-people contact between the two countries

The new High Commissioner of Ghana to Maldives, Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh has proposed to seek tourism investment opportunities in the Maldives.

The new High Commissioner of Ghana presented his Letter of Credence to President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih on Monday.

Discussions were held following the credentials’ ceremony, at the President’s Office.

The meeting saw President Solih welcoming the new high commissioner and congratulating him on his appointment.

President Solih went on to express hope to further enhance the 33-year-long stable diplomatic relations between the two countries, through increased bilateral and multilateral cooperation.

The High Commissioner of Ghana expressed gratitude to the Maldivian president for accepting him as the new High Commissioner to the Maldives.

He went on to discuss mutually beneficial collaboration between the two countries, particularly in agriculture and tourism, going on to note that Ghana could learn a lot from the tourism industry of Maldives.

With this, he proposed to look into investment opportunities from Maldivian enterprises to help Ghana's tourism sector.

Highlighting that 2022 marks the golden jubilee of Maldives tourism since it was incepted in 1972, President Solih assured support for the development of Ghana’s tourism sector.

The Maldivian president went on to state that the administration was focused on promoting sustainable practices in the country's tourism industry.

President Solih also expressed hope for increased people-to-people contact between the two countries, which he noted was essential to strengthening bilateral ties and boosting trade and investment.

The pair reaffirmed their commitment to collaborate in the international fora to advance issues of mutual interest.

Diplomatic relations were established between Maldives and Ghana on 10 August 1989.

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