Ghana worried over negative acts of some Ivorians

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The Ghana Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, on Wednesday expressed concern about negative acts by some Ivoirians in Ghana.

The Ministry said they were engaged in activities, which undermined Government’s commitment to good neighborliness, peace and stability in West Africa.

These were contained in a statement signed by Mrs Martha Pobee, Director, Information and Public Affairs Bureau of the Ministry, copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra.

It said Ghana would continue to accord its traditional hospitality to citizens from all over the world, but “Ghana would not countenance the use of its territory for activities that are intended or likely to cause tension and confusion in any other country.”

The statement said the Ministry, consequently, asked all persons resident in Ghana, including refugees, not to abuse the country’s hospitality.

It reiterate that Ghana cherished the excellent relations with Cote d’ Ivoire, and was determined to sustain those relations while playing its role in fostering peace and stability in the West Africa sub-region.

Source: GNA

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