Ghana has signed air services and visa waiver deals with Malta, which would enable direct flights of the Maltese carrier, Air Malta, to Sub-Saharan Africa.
Ghana’s foreign affairs and regional Integration minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey has signed an air services and visa waiver deal agreement on behalf of Ghana.
Pulse.com.gh reports that the Maltese minister for foreign affairs and trade promotion, Carmelo Abela, also signed on behalf of Malta.
This would facilitate a direct flight from Ghana, which would be the first of the Maltese carrier, Air Malta, to Sub-Saharan Africa.
The signing ceremony was witnessed by President Akufo Addo and his Maltese counterpart, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, at the Grand Master Palace in the city of Valletta.
Addressing a joint press conference after the signing ceremony, President Akufo Addo indicated: “The possibility that we are going to have Air Malta coming to Accra directly from here is also a very encouraging sign for us."
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