Ghana and Luxembourg have signed signed a bilateral Air Services Agreement and a Double Taxation Agreement on Monday December 13.
Mr Akufo-Addo on Monday travelled to that country as part of efforts to deepen bilateral relations and ties of co-operation between the two countries.
“On Monday, 13th December 2021, I paid a day’s working visit to Luxembourg, as part of efforts to deepen bilateral relations and ties of co-operation between the two countries.
“Amongst others, I paid a courtesy call on the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Henri Albert Gabriel Félix Marie Guillaume; held bilateral talks with Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, where, amongst others, our two countries signed a Bilateral Air Services Agreement and a Double Taxation Agreement.
“I also held a meeting with the President of the European Investment Bank, Dr Werner Hoyer. I welcomed the €82.5 million support offered to Ghana by the Bank to strengthen Ghana’s healthcare, provision of specialist medical equipment and medicines, under our national COVID-19 Health Response Plan.
“The new agreement with Ghana represents the largest national EIB financing for COVID related health investment in Africa.”