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HIS EXCELLENCY AMB. DR. ADOTEY ANUM VISITS GHANAIANS IN SABRATHA

His Excellency the Ambassador, on 30th April 2021, paid another visit to our compatriots in Sabratha, west of Tripoli. The Ghanaian community shared with the Ambassador their welfare concerns and local challenges.

In his response, the H.E the Ambassador indicated the steps taken by the Mission to address those concerns. He also engaged our nationals on finding sustainable solutions to other challenges. He recognized their inputs to the local economy and urged them to remain law abiding.

AMBASSADOR DR. ANUM VISITS GHANAIANS AT VARIOUS CITIES IN LIBYA

As part of the Mission’s efforts towards addressing the concerns of Ghanaian nationals in Libya, His Excellency Amb. Dr. S. Adotey Anum, since assuming duty in March 2020, visited several cities in Libya to discuss practical solutions with local authorities, international organizations and private entities whose services are needed by our nationals.

As at the end of April, 2021, the cities visited included;

• Misrata (4 times)

• Zawiyah

• Benghazi

• Garyan

• Sabratha

MISRATA VISIT (3rd to 5th March 2021)

In Misrata, His Excellency met with the Mayor and the business community, representatives of internationals organizations such as IOM and MSF, prison authorities, the Ghanaian community, among others.

GHANAIAN COMMUINTY IN GARYAN RECEIVES HIS EXCELLENCY AMB. DR. ADOTEY ANUM

On 16th April 2021, His Excellency Amb. Dr. Adotey Anum visited the Ghanaian community in Garyan to discuss their welfare needs and engaged local authorities on the challenges facing our nationals.

He used the opportunity to meet with local healthcare providers and other entities to discuss solutions to the needs of our nationals.

HIS EXCELLENCY AMB. DR. ADOTEY ANUM VISITS GHANAIAN COMMUNITY IN BENGHAZI

His Excellency the Ambassador paid a four (4)-day visit to Benghazi from 30th March to 2nd April 2021. He paid courtesy call on the Mayor of Benghazi and city authorities during which he discussed issues of concern to Ghanaian nationals living in the city. He also visited prison facilities and detention centers to discuss issues pertaining to Ghanaian inmates.

He engaged officials at the IOM office in Benghazi on humanitarian issues concerning our nationals and enhanced the cooperation between the Mission and the organization.

He met with the leadership and the entire Ghanaian community in Benghazi and discussed measures put in place by the Mission to address their concerns.

Meeting with AU Commissioner

His Excellency Dr. Samuel Adotey Anum , together with his counterparts from Burkina Faso, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan, on Monday, 19th April, 2021, held discussions with the Chairman of the African Union (AU) Commission, His Excellency Moussa Faki Mahamat in Tripoli, on the AU’s support for the peace process in Libya and technical support for the High National Electoral Commission of Libya as it prepares the country for an important elections in December 2021.

The Government of Ghana and the Embassy in Tripoli used this opportunity to reassure the Government and people of Libya, its unwavering support for peace and stability in the country.

Meeting with HNEC

His Excellency Amb. Adotey Anum and his colleagues of the African group of Ambassadors in Libya, on 15th April 2021 paid a courtesy call on the Chairman of the Libya High National Electoral Commissioner (HNEC) Dr. Emad Al-Sayah,

Among other things, the African and the Envoys and the Libyan electoral authority discussed ways of enhancing electoral cooperation among the African Electoral Management Bodies in the African Union and reviewed the HNEC’s preparations for the country’s elections in December 2021. The also they discussed the mechanisms of participation in international election observation missions to enhance confidence and the credibility of the elections.

The Ambassadors emphasized the importance of building strong relationships among African electoral institutions, and the importance of supporting the HNEC in consolidating the democratic process, as it reflects on the security and stability of African countries.

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THE EMBASSY OF GHANA IN TRIPOLI, LIBYA, WISHES TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT EFFECTIVE MONDAY, 28TH MARCH, 2022:

  • FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELERS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO TAKE A PCR TEST FROM THEIR COUNTRY OF EMBARKATION TO BE ALLOWED ENTRY INTO GHANA.
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