Queen Margrethe II, the queen of Denmark will embark on a two-day visit to Ghana in November this year, upon invitation from President Nana Akufo-Addo.
The visit, according to the Danish Embassy will mark the ‘gradual transition’ from aid to trade between the two countries as well as emphasize the long-standing relationship Ghana has with Denmark.
According to a Citifmonline.com report, the visit will be marked by seminars and meetings, as well as a conference, themed 'Ghana; An Emerging Market within Reach' will focus on key sectors such as agriculture, infrastructure and sustainability.
Queen Margrethe, as part of her visit will attend the opening of the conference to meet and interact with some stakeholders in the local business district.
The visit scheduled for November 23-25, will also see the queen meet and interact with some cultural institutions.
“During many years, Denmark through the Danida Development Cooperation has played an important role in developing key sectors and institutions in Ghana.
With Ghana’s graduation to a middle-income country and the prospects of sustainable economic growth, Denmark is gradually transitioning from development cooperation to trade cooperation in line with the visions by the Government of Ghana,” the statement added.
YEN is building a platform where Ghanaians can share local news and own experiences with each other. Witnessing an incident? Want to tell about a local problem? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition? Your stories and photos are always welcome. Send us a message via YEN’s official Facebook page, or contact us via email@example.com.