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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration is the principal organ of state responsible administratively and executively for the initiation, formulation, co-ordination and management of Ghana's Foreign Policy. It comprises the Headquarters, fifty (50) Diplomatic and Five (5) Consulate Generals/Consular Missions as well as three (3) Subverted Organizations, viz, The Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD), the National African Peer Review Mechanism Governing Council (NAPRM-GC) and the All African Students Union (AASU).



A well-resourced Foreign Ministry capable of establishing, developing and sustaining international goodwill, solidarity and support for national development.


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration advises Government on the formulation of Ghana's Foreign Policy and implements its objectives in the most efficient and cost effective manner. The Ministry is guided by Government's promise to carry out a dynamic and people-centred foreign policy, in which ordinary Ghanaians experience the social, economic and cultural benefits of Ghana's relations with the rest of the world as stipulated in Ghana's 1992 Constitution.

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P O Box M.53, Ministries, Accra. 1 Augustino Neto Road, Airport Junction, Accra
Accra, Greater Accra Region
Tel: +233 21 228830, 228620
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