The governments of Ghana and Denmark have pledged to deepen relations in the agriculture, maritime and railway sectors in order to boost trade and investments between the two countries.
At a meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the West African country and the European country as part of the four-day official state visit of the Danish Queen Margrethe II, the two leaders discussed possible avenues through which the two countries can advance commerce between them.
The Queen’s Delegation
The Queen is accompanied by a delegation of some 39 companies who will be engaging their Ghanaian counterparts in various sectors of the economy to find areas of interest to boost investments.
The President, Nana Akufo Addo and the Danish Queen, Margrethe II, held bilateral talks at the Flag Staff House after the meeting of the two Foreign Ministers. The President welcomed the Queen to Ghana recounting how important he and the people of Ghana consider her visit to be. He reiterated his government’s commitment to build strong ties with Denmark for the benefit of the peoples of their respective countries.