The Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur, on Thursday called for a deepened and continuous partnership between Ghana and the United Kingdom in the economic sector of the country and also help find possible ways to help improve the life’s and living standard of Ghanaians.
Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur, made the call when the new British High Commissioner to Ghana Mr. Jon Benjamin called on him to officially introduce himself and also discuss issue of common interest between the two countries at the Flag Staff house in Accra.
Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur, said the relationship between Ghana and the United Kingdom dates back many years, and commended the British government for the continuous support to Ghana through the Department for International Development, social, cultural , economic security and political over the years and laudable.
He said his predecessor was a friend of Ghana and did a very good job to deepen the relationship between the two countries and knows very well that with the experience on the new High commissioner just coming from Chile. He would deliver and help government to also draw closer relations to strengthen and move the relations between the two countries to a higher notch.
Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur, called on the new high commissioner who is a great sports enthusiast to use his good offices to organize a friendly match between the Black Stars of Ghana and the British national team. Like the way he did it for the UK and Chile friendly match because the last time they met it was a draw
Mr. Benjamin, British High Commissioner, said he was impressed with relations between Ghana and the United Kingdom and was there to discuss issues of common interest and move the relations to a higher level
Mr. Jones Said Ghana and the United Kingdom had shared values of democracy, good governance, and rule of law and respect of human rights and would continue to operate on those levels during his duty tour of the country and deepen it.
The British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin praised Ghana for its democratic credentials and promised to do his best.
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