Ghana and Japan united for a Reform of The UN Security Council

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Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio is visiting the Ghanaian capital Accra and holding talks with Ghanaian President Nana AKufo Addo.

The talks focused on the commitment of Ghana and Japan to jointly pursue UN Security Council reforms and the importance of maintaining a free and open international order based on the rule of law.

In this regard, the Ghanaian president said that the current composition of the permanent members of the Security Council did not reflect reality.

For AKufo Addo, a reform of the Security Council is necessary, by joining forces with the two non-permanent members of the Security Council, Ghana, and Japan, to strengthen the functionality of the United Nations.

Regarding the military clashes in Sudan, the two countries agreed to coordinate on this issue. For the Japanese Prime Minister, the visit is also an opportunity to strengthen cooperation with Ghana in various fields.

Jihan Rmili

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