Foreign Minister Alexandra Hill and Ghanaian Foreign Minister Shirley Ayoko Botchway.
The country has opened diplomatic relations with six countries on the African continent to strengthen ties of friendship, cooperation and investment.
“El Salvador opens to Africa. Today, as a historic milestone, we established relations with six countries on the continent: Angola, Burundi, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea, Rwanda and Sierra Leone,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed.
“Foreign Affairs Minister Alexandra Hill met with Sierra Leone’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Timothy Moussa Kabbah. We aim to establish this.”
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs provided details in a statement.
Similarly, as part of the start of relations with Rwanda, senior Salvadoran officials met with the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Vicente Birta. It is planned to exchange experiences with the country on security issues and strengthen commercial dynamics.
During a series of meetings held in New York on the sidelines of the 78th United Nations General Assembly, El Salvador’s Foreign Minister met with Equatorial Guinea’s Minister Simeon Oyono Esono Ange. We seek to establish a working agenda with that country on security, trade and cooperation issues.
The official also met with Ghanaian Shirley Ayoko Botchway. The two countries agree on peacekeeping and international security issues through the United Nations Peace Mission.
Mr. Hill also met with Burundi’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Albert Singiro. There is a need to exchange experiences with this African country on strategic projects that will benefit the development of both countries. The Prime Minister also met with Angolan Prime Minister Tete Antonio and signed a joint statement on the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Source: Diario Elmundo