The Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II, will arrive in Ghana on Wednesday November 22nd 2017 at the invitation of President H.E. Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The Queen’s arrival marks a crucial time when the relationship between Ghana and Denmark is changing, as Ghana has seen substantial economic growth moving them into the lower middle-income countries. The relationship is shifting from development aid to equal partnership trade, commercial and political cooperation.
At a Press briefing organised by the Embassy of Denmark in Ghana, Ms Tove Degnbol, the Ambassador stated how excited they are to receive the Royal family and enrich both countries’ trade partnerships.
Her Majesty will be accompanied by the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Anders Samuelsen, and Minister for Environment and Food, Mr. Raven Lunde Larsen. Along with a business delegation of 39 Danish companies from three sectors including; Food and Agriculture, Sustainability and Maritime, Infrastructure and Railways whom will demonstrate the great potential for expanding the commercial cooperation between the two nations.
Her Majesty’s visit will begin with a meeting with H.E. President Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo followed by a business conference, cultural visits in Accra and a state dinner hosted by H.E. President Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
This will be followed by site visits and meeting Danish residents on November 24th and cultural visits in the Eastern Region and a press conference at the Royal Senchi Hotel on November 25th.
Source: Agricinghana media
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