President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated, the Government of Ghana is keen on developing more exchanges between Ghanaian companies and those of the Republic of Korea as part of efforts to strengthen economic relations between the two countries.
He said, creating such channels of exchanges should encourage deepened relations to spur mutual development of both countries.
He continued, I think that is the way forward in strengthening our relationship, and I am hoping that the years you are here, we are going to witness a significant advancement of our social, cultural and economic relations between our two countries.”
The President Nana Addo made these remarks when the Korean Ambassador to Ghana, Kim Sungsoo, presented his letters of credence to the President at the Jubilee House on Monday.
The President recalled that although the two countries had the same economies and struggle towards independence within the same period, Korea has since made significant advancement in turning around its economy into a model that is worthy of emulation. “It is not a secret that Korea is one of the countries we in Ghana admire the most.
He said, we very much want to emulate what you have done in Korea. That is what we would like to do here in Ghana.
The President assured Korea of Ghana’s support of the ongoing diplomatic process being employed to restore relations between the two Koreas.
He acknowledged that Korea has been “very generous” to Ghana on economic development co-operations, and was hopeful the ambassador’s tour of duty would further strengthen the bonds of friendship between the two countries.
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