Ghana and Guinea have announced they will collaborate more in energy and mining. The decision came during a three-day state visit of Guinea President Professor Alpha Condé to Ghana, reports Ghana Web.
The two countries issued a joint communiqué, which included some of the following points:
–The two nations “agreed to harness their collective efforts and resources towards accelerating the process of continental integration. They renewed their commitment to the ideals and tenets of regional integration as the pillar of Africa’s eventual unity for the sustainable development and preservation of the peace and security of the continent.”
–Ghana and Guinea agreed to “collaborate extensively in the areas of energy and mining. They also agreed to strengthen cooperation in human resource capacity development and the design of appropriate regulatory frameworks to guide operations in each sector.”