Today, July 5, 2020, marks the establishment of the 60 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations. Sixty years of enduring and exemplary relations and cooperation between the two countries, is worth cerebrating and pondering over. Ghana established diplomatic relations with China shortly after becoming a Republic in July 1960, one of the first African countries to do so
As the new global epidemic continues to spread and the overall situation is still grim, China is the first to effectively control the epidemic and actively carry out foreign aid and cooperation within its capacity. The Chinese experience, Chinese plan, and Chinese model have increasingly attracted the attention of various countries and become Hotspots for investigation and reference by countries.
Ghana’s Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China, Ambassador Edward Boateng is the latest diplomat to emphasize the importance of nurturing Africa’s youth and providing them with opportunities for growth and leadership. Speaking to participants at the 2019 edition of Africa Dialogues; an annual gathering of African and Chinese diplomats >>>
Ghana Students – China (NUGS-China) has congratulated Ghana’s Ambassador to China; His Excellency Edward Boateng and Ghana’s Diplomatic Mission in China for being awarded Outstanding Ambassador and Outstanding Diplomatic Mission respectively for the year 2018. At this year’s “Made in Ghana” award ceremony organized by >>>,
The red “C” on the left wing of the FOCAC logo represents China, while the whole logo is the letter “a,” representing Africa. The logo stands for solidarity and cooperation between China and Africa with the green color symbolizing peace and development, and the red indicating vitality and prosperity.
The West Africa International Health Summit is an international health gathering that creates the platform for hospital leaders, policy makers and healthcare professionals across borders to meet and share practical experiences and best practices in healthcare.