President John Atta Mills will pay a three-day visit to the United Kingdom (UK) from May 6, during which he will hold talks with British Premier Gordon Brown and other leaders to foster closer development cooperation between the two countries.
A statement signed by Mr Mahama Ayariga, presidential spokesperson, said the talks would centre on improving trade, investment, security and development cooperation between Ghana and the UK.
President Mills will also meet with the Prince of Wales, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, David Miliband, the Secretary of State for International Development, Douglas Alexander, the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Jacqui Smith and the Leader of the Opposition, Mr David Cameron.
Other leaders that President Mills will be meeting are the Minister of State for Africa, Asia and the UN, Lord Malloch-Brown and the Minister for Trade and Investment, Lord Davies of Abersoch.
President Mills will also meet with British investors and visit the Ghana High Commission, the London school of Economics and meet members of the Ghanaian community.
He will be accompanied by the First Lady, Naadu Mills, Ministers of State and other high ranking government officials, the statement added.