May 03, 2016In New York, Wednesday, April 20, 2016 – The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon. Hanna Serwaah Tetteh (MP), called on the international community to ensure that people who are dependent on drugs are assisted through the public health structure rather than being subjected to the national penal system: “they need public health and not criminal measures”.
Apr 20, 2016In Tema, Tuesday, 12th April, 2016 – At the invitation of the management of Nestle Ghana Limited, Hon. Hanna Serwah Tetteh (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, took a tour of the Tema factory of Nestle Ghana Limited. It was her second visit to the factory. Her first visit in her capacity as the Minister for Trade and Industry was 2010.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration wishes to inform the general public of Government of the Republic of Benin'sreadmore
Jan 19, 2016
URGENT CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: WORLD HERITAGE REGIONAL YOUTH FORUM FOR AFRICA (28 APRIL - 4 MAY 2016)
Applicants are kindly to note that the deadline for submission of applications is 31st January, 2016. Further information on the programme can be obtained fromreadmore
Press ReleasesApr 22, 2016
On the auspicious occasion of your 90th birthday and 65th year as Head of the Commonwealth, it is my greatest honour to convey, on behalf of the Government and people of Ghana and in my own name, warm congratulations and best wishes to your Majesty, the Royal family and the Government and people of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Apr 20, 2016
“It has come to the attention of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration that a report in the Tuesday April 12, 2016 edition of the Daily Guide newspaper is claiming that the Ghana High Commission in Pretoria, South Africa, has not been reimbursed for payments made on behalf of then Vice President John Mahama in 2011.
National IssuesOct 30, 2015
President John Dramani Mahama has given the assurance that government will put in place all workable measures that will subsequently end the prevalence of extreme poverty in Ghana.