Ghana's vice President Bawumia meets Pope Francis

Ghana’s vice President Bawumia meets Pope Francis

Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana, held an important meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican, with the aim of strengthening diplomatic ties between Ghana and Vatican City.

Discussions focused on strengthening the already positive relations between the Holy City and Ghana. The historic meeting took place in the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall, marking a milestone in diplomatic engagement between the two nations.

The discussions covered a range of topics, with a focus on Ghana’s political and socio-economic landscape, particularly exploring potential collaborations in education and healthcare. 

This dialogue underscored Ghana’s steadfast commitment to advancing its socio-economic development and seeking partnerships with global stakeholders to achieve shared objectives.

During his visit to Italy, Dr. Bawumia also met with Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, the Secretary for Relations with States and International Organizations.

These included exchanging perspectives on pressing international issues, notably the security challenges confronting West Africa and the Gulf of Guinea.

Dr. Bawumia’s visit to the Vatican reaffirmed Ghana’s dedication to strengthening ties with the global community and nurturing diplomatic relations across all levels.

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