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Ghana and Armenia have held bilateral meetings on the sides of the Raisina Dialogue in New Delhi, India.
Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah led the Ghanaian side while Mr. Hakob Arshakyan, Vice President of the National Assembly led the Armenian side.
The two countries agreed to collaborate on matters of information dissemination, digitization and countering misinformation.
Ghana’s diplomatic relations with Armenia were first established in the 1990s after the Government of Ghana gave approval for the recognition and establishment of diplomatic relations with countries in the former Soviet Union.
Since then, the two countries have co-operated at the political and international levels. Bilateral relations between Ghana and Armenia remain very cordial and have been nurtured by continuous collaboration at both multilateral and bilateral levels.
The two countries share a strong commitment to peace and security, underpinned by a common interest in a stable and secure world order.
Both countries at the meeting held on Friday, March 3, 2023, agreed on the need to expand economic co-operation.
Ghana’s delegation also included high Commissioner to India HE Kwaku Asoma- Cheremeh and officials from the high commission and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.