Greek Foreign Minister tours Gabon, Ghana and the Ivory Coast today Wednesday-Friday

This will be Dendias’ sixth official visit to Sub-Saharan Africa and his fourth visit to West Africa, which demonstrates the significance the Greek government attaches to strengthening relations with this region

Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias will visit the west African countries of Gabon, Ghana, and the Ivory Coast on January 11-13, the ministry announced on Tuesday,

Dendias will be the first Greek Foreign Minister to visit the Ivory Coast, where he is scheduled to meet with his counterpart, Kandia Camara, and with President Alassane Dramane Ouattara on Wednesday.

The Greek minister will also meet with Africa Development Bank executives and will visit the Interregional Maritime Security Institute (ISMI) in the city of Abidjan.

In Ghana for his second-ever visit on Thursday, Dendias will meet with Minister for Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey.

He will also visit the Greek School of Agios Nikolaos in the city of Tema, which is supported by donations from Greek business people active in Ghana.

In Gabon, also in his second-ever visit, Dendias will meet on Friday with counterpart Michael Moussa-Adamo, President Ali Bongo Ondimba, and Minister of Water, Forests, the Sea, and the Environment, Lee James Taylor White, with whom he is expected to discuss the hosting of ‘Our Ocean Conference 2024’ in Athens.

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