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Tuesday, 18 September 2012

EU to maintain support for Ghana

The EU  will continue its support to Ghana. Even if Ghana has assumed a middle income status, the Union will not hold back its development assistance to the country.
Dr Nicholas Westcott, Managing Director for Africa, European External Action Service (EEAS), disclosed this during a lecture in Accra last Thursday. It had the theme, ‘Africa and the EU: Moving forward or time for change?’.
In attendance were some members of the business and European community, representatives of civil society organisations and members of the diplomatic corps.
Mr Nicholas, spoke on a wide range of topics including economic partnership, political stability, peace and security, and the turmoil in the Sahel Region - lauded Africa for its economic achievements. “The pace of change in Africa is accelerating. On a continental average, growth has risen in the past decade to five per cent or more, with some spectacular growth rates, like Ghana’s 14 per cent last year,” he said.

Source: Ghana Gov