Egypt’s ambassador to Ghana, Emad Magdy Hanna, stressed the special relationship between Egypt and Ghana, and stressed the importance of the two countries to enhance joint cooperation and launch it to wider horizons.
The Egyptian Ambassador appreciated the ambitious program of the Ghanaian president to achieve the economic and social development of the people of Ghana, which is in line with the Egyptian vision that seeks to achieve development and reduce the unemployment rates by creating new job opportunities for youth and adopt ambitious projects to upgrade the infrastructure and develop the agricultural land and find alternative and diversified sources of energy. , And the implementation of mega projects for reconstruction and construction.
This came during the ceremony of presenting the credentials of the new Egyptian ambassador to the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo, where the President of Ghana asked to convey his greetings to President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, praising his wise leadership of the country, which was reflected in the huge development projects witnessed in Egypt in recent years.
And expressed his sincere wishes for the occasion of Egypt’s assumption of the presidency of the African Union, affirming Ghana’s full aspiration to cooperate with the Egyptian presidency of the African Union and to provide all necessary support during this period, which he described as important in the history of the African continent.
The meeting discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries and means of their development. The Ghanaian president praised Egypt’s successful investments in Ghana, calling for increasing the volume of trade exchange between the two countries and encouraging more Egyptian investments in Ghana.
The Egyptian-Ghanaian relations are historically unique. They date back to the 1950s, when Egypt supported the efforts of the Ghanaian National Liberation Movement, led by the late Ghanaian leader Kwame Nkrumah, who had forged ties of friendship and cooperation with the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser.