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News Ghana: UK and Ghana to go further and faster to combat terrorism in the country

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Following a conference in London, the United Kingdom (UK) and Ghana will work harder and more quickly to tackle terrorism, organized crime, drug trafficking, and other global challenges.

According to Newsghana the second UK-Ghana security discussion was held between July 25 and July 27, according to a statement from the British High Commission in Accra, which was forwarded to the Ghana News Agency. The event was to examine the two nations’ common interests in addressing global concerns.

The UK Home Secretary, Priti Patel, and Ghana’s Minister for National Security, Albert Kan-Dapaah, reached an agreement to improve cooperation between law enforcement agencies, engage in border security efforts more actively, collaborate to improve cyber security in Ghana, and support regional solutions to instability in Ghana’s neighboring states.

Madam Patel said: “The UK and Ghana has a deep and long-standing relationship, and we are powerful allies when confronting the scourge of organised criminal gangs that operate across our borders.”

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