Ghana to boost bilateral ties with Korea

Ghana to boost bilateral ties with Korea

Ghana is expected to strengthen bilateral ties with Korea. This, according to President Nana Akuffo-Addo, will help boost the economic prospects of both countries.

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Ghana to boost bilateral ties with Korea

President Nana Akufo-Addo and Lyeo Woon-Ki, the outgoing South Korean ambassador to Ghana (to the president's left)

“As government embarks on an ambitious social and economic programme to transform the country on the model of the ‘Asian Tigers’ we need to deepen relations. Many of us see your country as an inspiration of how, with organization, determination, hard work and creativity, a poor nation can, within a generation, transform itself to become one of the leading economies of the world. It continues to be a beacon for us, because we all know about the parallel periods of birth of Ghana and South Korea, and, yet, Korea is one of the advanced economies, and we are still struggling,” he said.

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The bilateral relations between Ghana and Korea is expected to shore up investment between both countries and help Ghana learn from the country’s economic ideals.

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