The meeting affords an appropriate platform for officials and technical experts of both countries to deliberate on issues of political, economic and culture importance.

This is intended to consolidate and enhance relations between the two West African nations and improve the lives of their citizenry.

Acting Chief Director of Ghana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Edwin Adjei, said both Ghana and Benin wished to explore further ways in which they could continue to sustain the high-level commitment and dedication, which had enabled them to cultivate warm, longstanding bilateral toes of friendship and cooperation.

He was optimistic that the second consultative meeting would provide both countries with yet another unique opportunity to develop key areas of interests and further consolidate their bilateral relations.

“It is therefore my fervent hope that the experts from both sides will review the status of our bilateral agreements and make determined efforts to develop out of our deliberations pragmatic action plans to facilitate speedily the implementation of the various memoranda of understanding,” Adjei said.

Paulin Agbetokpan Houn, director in charge of Regional Integration at Benin’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, wished for fruitful deliberations during the meeting. Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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