Ghana, France strengthen bilateral relationship

•   Mr. Fabius (right), explaining a point to Ms. Tetteh.

• Mr. Fabius (right), explaining a point to Ms. Tetteh.

French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, Laurent Fabius, has met with his Ghanaian counter-part, Ms. Hannah Tetteh, to strengthen the bilateral relation-ship between the two countries

The meeting took place on the sidelines of President John Dramani Mahama’s visit to France.

A statement issued by the French Embassy in Ghana said both ministers met in similar circumstances last year.

This conversation according to the statement was part of the annual political dialogue between the two countries.

It said the ministers worked on strengthening the bilateral relationship, whose quality they applauded.

The statement said the two ministers reviewed the regional situation in West Africa and preparations for the Paris climate conference.

Ghana, one of 146 countries that published its national contribution, is working with France to ensure that the conference is a success.

This meeting is part of President Mahama’s visit to France. On Monday, October 5, after meeting the French President Hollande, President Mahama held discussions with the Francophone business community through the Francophone Business Forum.

The President participated in the UNESCO and OECD events before heading to the town of Bordeaux, in the South West of France.

By Times Reporter

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