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Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration
Post Office Box M53,
Accra – Ghana
Tel: 0302 999 604
Email: info@mfa.gov.gh / ipab@mfa.gov.gh

Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the sector body responsible for the conduct of Ghana's external relations as spelt out in Article 40,41,73 and 84 of the 1992 Fourth Republican Constitution.

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I’m not quitting active politics - Majority Leader clarifies

08/08/2020

The Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Hon Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu has described as inaccurate reportage that he has announced his intention to quit active politics after the end of the 8th session of Parliament in January 6, 2025.Click Here To View O... Read More

Ken Agyapong Donates US$428,650 For Evacuation Of 727 Stranded Ghanaians From Lebanon

06/08/2020

Madam Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, has on behalf of the Government, received a donation of $428,650 from Mr Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, to aid the evacuatio... Read More

Kennedy Agyapong aids evacuation of 727 stranded Ghanaians in Lebanon

06/08/2020

Madam Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, has on behalf of the Government, received a donation of $428,650 from Mr Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, to support the evacuati... Read More

First Lady Supports Tema Homowo Festival

05/08/2020

Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo on Wednesday presented food items to the Tema Traditional Council towards this year 39;s Homowo festival. Among the items donated were bags of maize, bags of palm nuts, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, packs of bottle... Read More

Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu to retire from active politics in 2025

05/08/2020

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has set January 2025, which coincides the end of the eight session of Parliament, to leave active politics.Click Here To View Original Article... Read More

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was established in Government Business, as the first Foreign Minister. The concepts of free, proud, confident Africa was to dominate the foreign policy of Ghana since 1957. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the sector body responsible for the conduct of Ghana's external relations as spelt out in Article 40,41,73 and 84 of the 1992 Fourth Republican Constitution. Mission Statement and Functions The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is mandated to promote and protect the interest of Ghana and its citizens abroad and safeguard Ghana's Security and prosperity through the Promotion of friendly and productive relations with all countries to enhance Ghana's image abroad. Promoting economic cooperation between Ghana and other Countries through increased Ghana exports, foreign investments, expanding tourism expansion and seeking scientific, technology and cultural links. Provision of economic, political and security information and advice to government. Provision of prompt and reliable information to Ghanaian nationals abroad to encourage them to participate in Ghana's economic development. Playing a positive and creative role as a member of the UN, NAM, the Commonwealth and of the international organization to which Ghana belongs. Realization of the African Union and integration of member states of ECOWAS. Upholding of the rule of law in the international affairs and seeking the establishment of just and equitable international order. Assisting diplomatic missions international organizations and foreign non-state actors in the discharge of their duties in Ghana and others. Objectives To advise Government on the formulation of policies on international development likely to affect the enhancement of Ghana's Security and to implement Ghana's foreign policy objectives; To play and active role as a member of the UN, AU, ECOWAS, NAM, ACP, the Commonwealth and other international organizations of which Ghana is a member; To promote healthy, political and economic relations with all countries To provide efficient consular services within and outside Ghana To upgrade the ministry's human and institutional capacity for the efficient executive of Ghana's foreign policy objectives and others.

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Brazil World Cup 2014 Saga

31/07/2020

Following Ghana’s abysmal performance in the 2014 Brazil World Cup competition, the government commissioned a three- man Committee consisting of Justice Senyo Dzamefe (Chairman), Moses Foh-Amoaning and Kofi Anokye Owusu-Darko. The commission s... Read More

BUS BRANDING SCANDAL

12/07/2020

The government, through the Ministry of Transport decided to rebrand 116 buses with the images of thethen current President, H.E John Dramani Mahama and images of his fourth republic predecessors. Thereason given for this decision by the government w... Read More

The ¢8BN Maputo Scandal

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This scandal was an inquiry that probed Ghana’s preparations, participation and performance at the 2011 All Africa Games. According to the report, a sum of GHc356,725 that was meant for general kitting for the officials and athletes was not util... Read More

John Mahama's Ford SUV Scandal

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Following the release of the article by myjoyonline The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) received 3 formal complaints on the case from two political parties and an individual, namely: The youth wing of the Convention Peop... Read More

Anas releases expose´ on Galamsey

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The documentary centered on one of President Akufo-Addo’s priorities in his administration i.e the fight against illegal mining widely known as Galamsey reveals the involvement of government officials circumventing measures to curb the canker.One o... Read More

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