Acting Foreign Minister Receives Ghanaian Minister of Planning and Delegates

Ag Foreign Minister with Ghana Planning Minister

The Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Solomon Jamiru Esq on Tuesday, 28th May, 2019 on behalf of the Hon. Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Nabeela Tunis received a presidential delegation from Ghana headed by the Planning Minister of Ghana, Hon. Prof. George Gyan Baffour at his Tower Hill Office in Freetown.

The Ghana Planning Minister Giving the purpose of his visit, Hon. Prof. Baffour said their visit was to broaden, deepen and strengthening the existing bilateral ties between the two countries and to uphold the assurance in promoting the African Continental. The Ghana planning Minister highlighted the fields of peace, security, trade among others, for cooperation between the two countries.

Welcoming the Minister and his delegation on behalf of the Government and the People of Sierra Leone, the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Solomon Jamiru Esq said Ghana and Sierra Leone have always enjoyed closed ties and cooperation. He said the two countries have and will always continue to believe in their best interests to solidify the existing bonds which aimed at broadening and deepening the bilateral ties.

The Hon. Acting Minister thanked the Government and people of Ghana for their tremendous supports given to Sierra Leone during crisis eras especially during the deadly Ebola plague and Mudslide. Hon. Jamiru went on to state that, as Africans our people stand to benefit tremendously from enhanced south-south cooperation. He assured the Minister of Sierra Leone’s relentless commitment in strengthening and deepening bilateral relations with Ghana.

The two Ministers held productive discussions on other bilateral and multilateral issues. Present at the meeting were the Director General of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Al-Hassan Kondeh, Director of Africa, Mr. Momodu Wurrie, Director of Protocol, Mr. Sahr Johnny and the Deputy Director of Africa, Max Charley.