Jyrki Katainen, European Fee Vice President for Employment, Expansion, Investment and Competitiveness
The European Fee Vice President for Careers, Progress, Expense and Competitiveness, will arrive in Ghana on June 13, for a two-working day formal pay a visit to as aspect of a two-country take a look at to Togo and Ghana.
Whilst in Ghana, Jyrki Katainen will participate in the to start with Ghana-EU Small business Discussion board, on 14 June in Accra and provide the closing remarks along with the Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
He will also maintain bilateral conferences with Ghana’s Vice President and the Economic Administration crew.
He will produce a lecture on the EU-Africa Alliance at the Kofi Annan ICT Training Centre, maintain conferences with civil culture and the private sector and grant interviews to the media.
He will also go to Tema Port’s new terminal, which is supplying strategic enhanced potential for international and regional trade.
In Togo, he will produce a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the initial Togo-EU Financial Discussion board on June 13, collectively with the Togo President, Faure Gnassingbé, which will also be the location for the start of the European Chamber of Commerce in Togo.
His go to to the two nations around the world emphasises Europe’s strong dedication and partnership in the location, in the context of the Africa-Europe Alliance for sustainable financial investment and positions.
The Africa-Europe Alliance represents a coherent economic approach of engagement aimed at occupation creation with the support of sustainable private sector investment, masking de-jeopardizing, expenditure local climate, trade/economic integration, which include the Economic Partnership Agreements, and education/vocational schooling.
In view of each countries’ commitments to financial and social transformation and reform undertaken to day (as portion of the G20 Compact with Africa released in 2017), it is clear that equally nations around the world supply robust probable for Alliance implementation and its flagship, the EU’s Exterior Expenditure Strategy.