Foreign Office consultations between India and Ghana held in New Delhi
Tags: International Relations
The third round of Foreign Office consultations between India and Ghana was held in New Delhi on 22 July.
Both sides discussed the bilateral relations related to political, economic, defence, cultural and capacity building.
The two sides also discussed further strengthening of bilateral ties between India and Ghana.
The two countries exchanged views on regional and global issues of mutual interest and agreed to enhance cooperation in multi-level fora.
Both sides agreed to hold the next round of talks in Accra, Ghana on a date as per mutual convenience.
The second edition of the India-Ghana Foreign Office Consultations (FOC) was held on 2 July, where both sides agreed to take steps for mutual benefit.
Bilateral trade between India and Ghana
Bilateral trade and Indian investments in Ghana have been steadily increasing.
Bilateral trade between India and Ghana stood at US$ 2.60 billion during 2021-22.
India is one of the largest investors in Ghana.
Indian companies have invested more than USD 1.7 billion in Ghana in over 730 projects in various sectors like construction, manufacturing, manufacturing, trade, pharmaceuticals, agro-processing, tourism, etc.
President - Nana Akufo-Addo
Capital - Accra
Official Language - English
Official Name - Republic of Ghana
Currency - Ghana Cedi
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