Six new foreign envoys accredited to Ghana by their respective countries on Monday presented their letters of credence to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to begin their duty tour of the country.
The envoys, at separate events, took turns at the ceremonial room at the Jubilee House to officially announce the commencement of their official responsibilities in the country.
They are, Hüseyin Güngor, Ambassador of Türkiye; Teferi Fikre Gossaye, Ambassador of Ethiopia; Konate Oumar, Ambassador of Mali and Assiélou Félix Tanon, Ambassador of Cote D’Ivoire.
The rest are, Sultan Abdulrahman Al-Dakhel, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Daniel Garces Carabali, Ambassador of Colombia.
All six envoys, after presenting their letters of credence, conveyed the best wishes of their respective presidents to President Akufo-Addo.
They further indicated that during the period of stay in Ghana, they look forward to deepening bilateral, trade and economic ties between their respective countries and the Republic of Ghana.
President Akufo-Addo congratulated them on their new appointments and wished them a successful tour of duty in Ghana.
President Akufo-Addo reiterated that Ghana has had a long-standing relationship with each of the countries and pledged to make every effort aimed at strengthening the bilateral relations between Ghana and their respective countries for the benefits of all.
He expressed optimism and delight at their pledges to work towards deepening trade, investment and economic ties between Ghana and their respective countries, stressing that the Government of Ghana stands ready to ensure that their stay in Ghana is successful.
Rex Mainoo Yeboah, ISD