Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó received Ghanaian Minister for Business Development Ibrahim Mohammed Awal in his office on Thursday evening.

Mr. Szijjártó announced that in line with business demand, EXIM Bank will be opening a 140-million-euro credit line to facilitate the participation of Hungarian etherises on the Ghanaian market.


A Hungarian consortium has concluded a 65-million-euro deal to participate in preparations for a sewage and waste management project in Ghana, and a Hungarian printing company has won the right to print Ghana’s new biometric passports. 7 Hungarian model farms recently began operations in the African country.

20 Ghanaian enterprises attended the Hungary-Ghana Business Forum held this week. Advanced talks are in progress on the construction of a 600-million-dollar power station, which will also be party financed by EXIM bank in view of the fact that GE will also be using Hungarian-manufactured turbines during the realisation of the project.