The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration hosted a vibrant and forward-looking event, the Ghana-Columbia Business Forum, a significant gathering that saw the convergence of distinguished personalities from both nations.

Gracing the occasion were the Vice President of Ghana H.E Mahamudu Bawumia and Vice President of Colombia, H.E Francia Márquez.

It was an exciting moment to be in attendance alongside the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, and other dignitaries from Ghana and Columbia.

The forum at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs provided a dynamic platform for in-depth discussions on potential collaborations spanning diverse sectors. Education, business, technology, agriculture, and culture took centre stage as the forum sought to establish enduring ties between Ghana and Columbia.

Dr Mahamudu Bawumia highlighted the significance of forging robust international partnerships. He emphasized the potential for economic synergy, particularly in the education and technology sectors.

In response, H.E. Francia Márquez underscored the importance of diplomatic and economic cooperation between the two nations. She emphasized that fora like these serve as catalysts for mutual growth and understanding.

Stakeholders in industry from various sectors in Ghana including technology, commerce etc. showcased their products for partnership.

The forum ended with the signing of an MoU between Ghana and Colombia.

The Ghana-Columbia Business Forum is poised to catalyze transformative partnerships in education, technology, commerce and other sectors.