Knight of Malta to establish diplomatic ties in West Africa

The  Grand Cross of the Sovereign Order Hospitality of St John of Jerusalem of the Knight of Malta has decided to establish diplomatic ties with some West African countries.

The countries are Togo, Liberia,  Burkina Faso, Angola, Federal Republic of Nigeria,  Benin and  Sierra Leone.

The Ambassador of the Knight of Malta, Mr Lorenzo Dore, disclosed this to the Daily Graphic last Wednesday when he paid a courtesy call on the  Burkina Faso Ambassador to Ghana, Mrs Mime Traore Some Clemence, in Accra.

He was accompanied by Dr Luigi Coppola as charge d’ affaire of the Knight of Malta Mission in Ghana.

He said the assistance  his mission had been offering to the needy institutions in Ghana from 2002 would be extended to the new countries they had established the ties with.

Ambassador Lorenzo  said  some of the needy institutions they had been assisting are orphanages, leprosariums, hospitals,  and primary schools.

He further stated that his outfit had  plans to undertake a plastic reconstructive surgery project in the country to improve the health delivery system in the country.

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