-Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hanna Tetteh is on a 3-day trip to Israel
- Purpose of the visit is to engage in bilateral talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hanna Tetteh has left Ghana for an official three-day trip to Israel, a statement from the Communications Ministry reveals.
Hanna Tetteh is expected to pay a visit to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu (who doubles as foreign affairs minister of Israel).
“The two sides will deepen bilateral relations and discuss agriculture, education & investment promotion between the two countries,” the statement revealed.
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The Foreign Affairs minister is expected to return to Ghana on Wednesday, March 16 2016.
Credit: Flagstaff House