Turkey and Ghana’s bilateral relations are growing fast as the West African nation has become Turkey’s third-largest economic partner in Sub Saharan Africa, ambassador Nesrin Bayazit told Anadolu Agency.
"Ghana's political stability and qualified work force are the factors that encourage us to invest here," Bayazit said.
She said the West African nation attracted a lot of Turkish businessmen and commercial relations between both countries were at a good level.
"The trade volume between the two countries reached $480 million in 2016. The two countries set a new target in 2016 when our president visited Ghana. We want to increase our trade volume to $1 billion by 2020. When we look at the potential of the two countries we see that this goal is realistic," Bayazit said.[caption id="attachment_2978" align="alignnone" width="450"] ghana[/caption]
Bayazit stated that relations between the two countries have developed rapidly in seven years: "There are