Fisheries, aquaculture, education, and sport development cooperation to increase between Ghana and Malta.

Mrs Beauty


To strengthen cooperation between the two nations, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration and the government of Malta have signed MOUs.

The memorandums of understanding (MOUs) cover the development of fisheries and aquaculture, youth and sports, and education through the University of Ghana, the Legon Centre of International Affairs, LECIA, and the Permanent Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation.

The agreement, according to Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey Ayorkor, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, will strengthen the two nations' long-standing bilateral ties, which date back to the early 1970s.

According to her, stronger trade and investment ties would result from the opening of the Maltese High Commission in Accra to look for investment opportunities.

To make Ghana and Maltese relations visible, it was crucial to connect the two countries' private sectors because they needed to see very concrete results of their economic and trade relations. declared Madam Botchwey.

According to her, the government wants Maltese companies to view Ghana as a gateway into the West African market, which is estimated to be worth over $300 billion. Ghana has a population of 31 million people.

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