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Ghana, Ukraine to deepen cooperation in trade

Ghana and Ukraine have signed two memoranda of understanding (MoU) to deepen cooperation in trade and the training of diplomatic staff. Madam Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration signed for Ghana, while Mr Dmytro Kuleba,...

All four occupied areas of Ukraine vote to join Russia in ‘sham’ referendums

SOURCE: Sky news All four of the occupied areas of Ukraine have voted to join Russia after referendums in the republics and regions, pro-Moscow officials have said. British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is one of the many western politicians who...

Ghanaian students from Ukraine to continue education in Universities in Ghana

SOURCE: GNA A Thirteen-Member Committee has been instituted to come out with guidelines to help absorb Ghanaian students from Ukraine into Ghanaian Universities to continue their studies. The Committee, chaired by Special Advisor to the President on Health issues, Dr Nsiah...

Russia-Ukraine conflict may stall nuclear power projects

By: Mabel Adorkor Annang Experts say the geopolitical war between Russia and Ukraine may lead to a delay in ongoing Nuclear Power Plant projects in some countries. This is because the two countries produce turbines and other parts of some machinery...

Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Ghanaian student returnee shares experience

By Moses Agyare Nations across the world are all doing their best to evacuate their nationals from Ukraine, due to Russia’s invasion, and Ghana is no exception. After various attempts by the government of Ghana, some Ghanaian students are back...

Students in Ukraine willing to return home will be evacuated- Ayorkor Botchwey

By Nathaniel Nartey The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey says the government will focus efforts on evacuating only Ghanaians interested in returning home  from Ukraine following the arrival of the first batch of 17 students....

Russia attacks affecting Ghanaian businesses; address real issues -Dr. Ken Ahorsu

By Nana Ama Gyapong Dr. Ken Ahorsu, Senior Research Fellow at the Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy has explained that the war between Russia and Ukraine does not only affect the parties directly, but it also impacts the...

We need more encouraging words – Ghanaian students in Ukraine

By Nana Ama Gyapong Ghanaian students stranded in Ukraine have called on their family and friends, particularly their parents to offer them encouraging words anytime they call to check on them, rather than pressuring them to either move away from...

I never said government needs E-Levy Bill passed before evacuating Ghanaians from Ukraine – Afenyo Markin

By Bubu Klinogo Deputy Majority Leader, Alex Afenyo-Markin has expressed outrage at what he considered a mis-reportage of comments he made on the floor yesterday regarding the evacuation of Ghanaian students from Ukraine. Mr. Afenyo-Markin is reported in some media and...

Ghanaian Students stranded in Ukraine

By Vanessa Adjei Ghanaian students in Ukraine are calling on the Ghanaian government to find a way to evacuate them. This comes amid tensions between Ukraine and Russia.  They say it is no longer safe as tensions escalate. In an...

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By Oforiwa Darko Business activities could possibly cause direct environmental impact when carried out within host communities and indirect environmental impact through supply chains. Experts also...

New ways of power generation take center stage at 2022 Women in Energy Conference in Accra

By Dominic Hlodzi and Mabel Annang For a successful clean energy transition, gender diversity and the broad participation of women in the energy sector are...

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By Emmanuel Oti Acheampong Mr. Alex Opoku Mensah, the Ashanti Regional Director for the National Service Secretariat, has taken to his Facebook page to apologize...

The Good And Bad Of “Gold For Oil” Policy Depends On Implementation Frame Work- Energy Analyst

By: John Guamah Energy Analyst, Benjamin Nsiah has asserted that the feasibility of government's "Gold for Oil" policy statement depends on the implementation frameworks. The batar...