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Barbados seeks to create an air bridge with Ghana.

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Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has expressed her confidence in getting 600 to 800 people to travel monthly between Barbados and Ghana. Both countries have shown a commitment to making the proposed air bridge a reality. Mottley held discussions with Ghana’s Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ibrahim Awal, and his delegation, where they also discussed the provision of pharmaceuticals to assist CARICOM countries in accessing therapeutics, equipment, and vaccines at low cost during the COVID-19 pandemic. The two countries also discussed the establishment of an Afreximbank headquarters in Barbados and other global issues, including the upcoming COP 28 summit in Dubai.

As per Loop News, the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, has expressed her confidence in the success of the proposed air bridge between her island and Ghana. The plan, which aims to transport 600 to 800 people every month between the two countries, has received a firm commitment from both sides.

During discussions with Ghana’s Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ibrahim Awal, and his delegation, Mottley stated that she had been successful in awakening the interest of Barbadians in Africa. She also expressed her gratitude for the provision of pharmaceuticals on the African Medical Supplies Platform, which has helped CARICOM countries access therapeutics, equipment, and vaccines at low cost during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The talks also covered the establishment of an Afreximbank headquarters in Barbados and global issues such as the upcoming COP 28 summit in Dubai. The statement released by the government of Barbados confirmed that both countries are committed to making the air bridge a reality, with Awal pledging to fast-track the talks with his Barbadian counterpart, Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Ian Gooding-Edghill.

Barbados and Ghana established diplomatic ties in 1994, and the proposed air bridge is set to strengthen their relationship further. The initiative will provide greater opportunities for trade, tourism, and cultural exchange between the two countries.

The air bridge will also contribute to the development of the aviation industry in Barbados and Ghana. As air travel continues to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the proposed route will provide a much-needed boost to the economies of both countries.

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So, the proposed air bridge between Barbados and Ghana is set to become a reality, with both countries committed to making it happen. The initiative will provide greater opportunities for trade, tourism, and cultural exchange, while also contributing to the development of the aviation industry in both countries. With the support of their respective governments, Barbados and Ghana are poised to strengthen their relationship further and create a brighter future for their citizens.

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