Egyptian Ambassador to Ghana Emad Hanna has witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between EgyptAir and Ghana's government; to launch a strategic partnership between the two sides with the aim of establishing a national integrated Ghanaian airline through a joint Egyptian-Ghanaian investment.
The MoU aims to enable the Ghanian side to benefit from EgyptAir’s vast experience, as Africa’s oldest air carrier that provides its services to more than 80 destinations around the world.
Assistant Chairman of EgyptAir’s Board of Directors Hassan Mounir and Ghanaian Minister of Aviation Joseph Kofi Adda signed the MoU, in the presence of the Egyptian ambassador in Accra, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement Thursday.
The new agreement introduces a new chapter in the history of the deep-rooted Egyptian-Ghanaian relations, the ambassador said.
Hanna added that the deal is a new Egyptian achievement in Africa, which reflects confidence in the Egyptian capabilities and experience, and represents a pivotal turning point on the road of Egypt’s cooperation with Ghana in particular, and with Africa in general; with a view to achieving Africa's Agenda 2063.