Another Schengen State is strengthening its relations with Ghana and opening bilateral opportunities for the two counties and their citizens.
Lithuania has opened its new Consulate in the capital city of Accra, in a bid to strengthen the already-existing diplomatic, cultural, tourism, trade and economic relationship that have existed for years.
The establishment of the Consulate will enhance business and economic cooperation among the two countries. Currently there are a number of multilateral projects in the areas of Renewable Energy, Construction, haulage and more going on between these two countries.
Lithuania has been a member of the EU and NATO since 2004. It is the only Baltic country with more than 800 years of statehood tradition. The Constitution-of Poland – Lithuania together with the French were adopted in 1791.
Destination Management Consultant and the CEO of Kaya Tours Company Ltd, Abeiku Aggrey Santana were among the dignitaries to officially open the Consulate.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Republic of Lithuania H.E. Linas Linkevicius praised Ghana for its success story in multi-party democracy and the relative peace and stability in the country.
The Honorary Consul for the Republic of Lithuania in Ghana, Hon. Arthur Roshkovskis enumerated Ghana’s competition advantage in West Africa and promised to deepen Ghana’s relationship with his country through education, tourism and culture.