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France proposes joint co-operation with Ghana to promote bilateral interests

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French President Francois Hollande
French President Francois Hollande

France has proposed a visit of a high powered business delegation to Ghana in May, to promote French business.

Mr Frederic Clavier, the French Ambassador, who made this known when he paid a courtesy call on Vice President Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, at Flagstaff House in Accra said his country has also extended an invitation to President John Dramani Mahama for a visit.

Mr Clavier said the French Government has confidence in the economic track record of Ghana, coupled with its democratic stability, which are very good signals for foreign investments.

“French companies in Ghana are satisfied with the capacity created for more investments,” Mr Clavier said, and proposed a joint co-operation to promote bilateral interests.

Responding, Vice President Amissah-Arthur assured the international community that Ghana would remain a stable democracy.

He said Ghana would continue to co-operate with France on political, military and diplomatic issues.

The Vice President said Ghana would also engage France on sub-regional issues, including the resolution of the Malian crisis.

Source: GNA

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  1. France for many years have done nothing for Africa except colaborating with corrupt leaders in stealing from their people. Look throughout the entire African Continent and that tells you a lot.