Mutual respect and goodwill should be our hallmark for progress - Shirley Botchwey on Commonwealth Day - News Summed Up

Mutual respect and goodwill should be our hallmark for progress - Shirley Botchwey on Commonwealth Day


General News of Monday, 8 March 2021Source: www.ghanaweb.comMutual respect and goodwill should be our hallmark for progress - Shirley Botchwey on Commonwealth DayShirley Ayorkor Botchwey is minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional IntegrationGhana's Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, has called for the Commonwealth nations to continue to uphold mutual respect and goodwill as it is the surest way to deliver a common future for its people. It is, therefore, our hope that as we mark this auspicious occasion, we will cooperate more, with mutual respect and goodwill, to deliver a common future for our people. SHIRLEY AYORKORBOTCHWEY, MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND REGIONALINTEGRATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA8TH MARCH, 2021Ghana today joins other Member States of the Commonwealth to commemorate the Commonwealth Day, which is being held virtually due to the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is therefore our hope that as we mark this auspicious occasion, we will cooperate more, with mutual respect and goodwill, to deliver a common future for our people. Long live Ghana, Long live our Commonwealth and may it remain a driving force for positive change throughout the Commonwealth family!


Source: GhanaWeb March 08, 2021 12:56 UTC



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