Ghana’s Ambassador to Spain presents credentials to UNWTO Head

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Ghana’s newly appointed envoy to Spain, H.E. Muhammed Adam has presented his Letters of Credence to the Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism (UNWTO), Zurab Pololikashvili.

The Secretary-General on receiving the Ambassador said that “Ghana is determined to restart tourism around education, advancing coordination, empowering young people and promoting gastronomy tourism.” “You have our full support!” he assured.

UNWTO’s Regional Director for Africa, Elcia Grandcourt commenting on it stated that this is a time where the organisation needs to remain connected with its members more than ever before to ensure better coordination and cooperation as they work towards the recovery of the tourism sector.

“It was a pleasure and refreshing to meet with H.E. Muhammad Adam, Ambassador of Ghana to Spain as he presented his credentials to the Secretary-General and also talk about the future of the sector. It was also an opportunity for him to share the initiatives that Ghana has been doing to restart their tourism sector,” she added.

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