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Ghana Supports Peace Agreement …Between Two Korea States

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 By Our Reporter

President of the Republic Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has assured the Republic of Korea of Ghana’s support in ongoing Diplomatic efforts within the Korean Peninsula to attain Peace between the two Korea States. 

President Akufo Addo made this known when the Ambassador designate for the Republic of Korea,  H. E.  Kim Sungsoo, Presented his credentials at the Jubilee House yesterday. The President underscored that the two countries are in a critical time in their respective histories and that Ghana fully supports the efforts that are ongoing. He assured the Ambassador that his administration will offer him every support he needs to make his duty tour of Ghana a success.

In less than a week,  North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the demilitarized zone (DMZ) that divides the two countries. The landmark summit, the first time leaders of the two countries have met since 2007, comes on the back of an unprecedented flurry of international diplomacy that has seen Kim emerge from years of isolation ready to play on a world stage.


The Ambassador:

In his response, Ambassador Sungsoo, pledged his commitment to ensuring that Korea, Ghana relations are developed and deepened for the benefit of the peoples of the two countries. He welcomed the support offered by the President on behalf of the people of Ghana in the ongoing diplomatic efforts to secure peace in the two Korean States.

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