Traditionally accessible Serbia-Ghana relations

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Ivica Dacic with Aaron Mike OquayeFirst Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently with Parliament Speaker of a Republic of Ghana Aaron Mike Oquaye.

Minister Dacic removed a decades-long traditionally good family between Serbia and Ghana and called for a strengthening of team-work in all areas of common interest.

The Minister sensitive his collocutor of Serbia’s position concerning Kosovo and Metohija and a swell in a EU-facilitated Brussels dialogue.

Mr. Oquaye, Parliament Speaker of a Republic of Ghana, emphasized that he was gratified to be a initial Ghanaian central to revisit Serbia in many years and had an event to consult with friends in a city that hosted a First Conference of a Non-Aligned Movement, founded, among others, by afterwards Yugoslav personality Josip Broz Tito and a initial President of an eccentric Ghana Kwame Nkrumah.

The dual officials concluded that a traditionally accessible family between a dual countries, pity a prolonged and abounding story dating behind to Ghana’s stipulation of independence, were an glorious substructure for a graduation of team-work in agriculture, education, trade and other areas as good as for serve mutual support in general fora.

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