In a heartwarming display of international cooperation and support, the Government of the Republic of South Korea has presented 22 KIA vehicles to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration in Ghana. This generous donation comes as part of South Korea’s commitment to assist Ghana in preparing for the upcoming 2023 United Nations Ministerial Meetings scheduled for December.
The Ghana Ministry of Foreign Affairs, @GhanaMFA, shared the news on its official Twitter account. The tweet provided details of the donation, stating that the 22 vehicles include twelve saloon cars and ten vans. This significant contribution is expected to enhance Ghana’s logistical capabilities and further solidify its preparations for hosting the important international meetings.
Hon. Ayorkor Botchwey, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration for Ghana, expressed her appreciation and commended Ambassador Lim from South Korea for his pivotal role in securing this vital support. The partnership between the two nations is a testament to the strong diplomatic ties that exist between Ghana and South Korea.
The 2023 UN Ministerial Meetings are of immense global importance, providing a platform for countries to engage in discussions and negotiations on various critical international issues. Hosting such an event is not only an honor for Ghana but also a significant responsibility that requires meticulous planning and resources. South Korea’s donation of these vehicles is a tangible demonstration of their commitment to ensuring the success of this event.
These 22 vehicles will undoubtedly play a crucial role in facilitating the smooth operation of the meetings. Saloon cars and vans will be instrumental in transporting delegates, dignitaries, and necessary materials to and from the conference venues. Additionally, they will enhance the overall efficiency of the meetings, allowing participants to focus on the substantive discussions at hand.
The Government of the Republic of South Korea presented 22 KIA vehicles to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration as part of its commitments to support Ghana in its preparations towards the 2023 UN Ministerial Meetings in December.1/8 pic.twitter.com/dsdLzwmhOR— Ghana MFA (@GhanaMFA) October 2, 2023