Ghana, Czech Republic to Mark 60 Years of Bilateral Relations-Ambassador hints
The Republic of Ghana and the Czech Republic will by next year, celebrate 60 years of bilateral relation, which is more important to continually deepen the agreement in the area of agriculture, internal and external security, as well as trade relations.
The Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Ghana, Ms. Gita Fuchsova has hinted this when she paid a courtesy call to Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament, Rt Hon. Aaron Mike Oquaye at his office.
She alluded their country have not lost sight of the programs and policies of the government, and are ready to support with the needed capacity and expertise.
Speaking on the issues of cultural diversity, she said, both countries have unique cultural heritage which must be preserved for generations yet unborn.
She described how proud she was when the University of Ghana dancing troop demonstrated the rich culture of Ghana, when they visited Czech Republic last year.
She was however, delighted to announce to the Speaker, the willingness of the finance Minister to sign trade relations agreement with their country after 70 years of continuous meetings just to see it happen.
“On the 7th to 11th of next month, the Minister of Agriculture for Ghana, will be in Czech Republic to foster and deepen bilateral corporation through sharing of ideas to improve on the activities of the sector”. Ms. Gita Fuchsova also revealed.
The Speaker Rt Hon. Aaron Mike Oquaye, in his remarks also admitted that, Ghana is fully committed to the bilateral agreement of both countries, although the initial giant step taken earlier between both countries in the area of science and technology did not move as expected and it is important that area is reconsidered again.
He reiterated the need to extend the scholarship base that will be a formal recovery process to realize the good relations between the two countries.
He further talked about women empowerment and the need to consider women in the affairs of major agendas in the daily sphere of life.
“Pursuant to women development, it is important both countries have major interest in order to debunk the growing believe that there is no point in holding women to lead the fore front of leadership”. He said.
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Story: Richmond Adu Dwamena