Tamás Ary and Edmund Kyei after their discussions
THE ECONOMIC and Trade Attache, of the Hungarian Embassy in Accra, Tamás Ary, has described Ghana as a peaceful country, where businesses would thrive.
According to him, the country boasts of friendly people; good security network and other amenities that would make businesses flourish.
He, therefore, urged businesses from all over the globe, especially his home country, Hungary, to troop to Ghana and invest and make profits in return.
“Ghana is the gateway to West Africa, the country has a peaceful environment, friendly people and good business atmosphere for businesses to thrive”, Tamás Ary said.
He made the call when Edmund Kyei, the NPP First Vice Chairman for Asokwa, in Kumasi, paid a courtesy call on him.
The visit was geared towards engaging Tamás Ary about how best Ghanaian business players could collaborate with their Hungarian counterparts for their mutual benefit.
Continuing, Tamás Ary, who has travelled across most parts of the country, said he was very confident that Hungarian businessmen would invest in Ghana soon.
According to him, Hungary has over the years supported Ghana in diverse ways, especially in the areas of health, agriculture, sanitation, technology transfer and other areas.
Tamás Ary said his country sees Ghana as a great friend, stressing that the two sister countries would continue to relate positively and sojourn forward to benefit their peoples.
Edmund Kyei, in his remarks, lauded the Hungarian Embassy in Ghana for their efforts and support to the country, especially in the northern parts of Ghana.
He, however, appealed to the Hungarian Embassy to channel some of their developmental projects to the Ashanti Region since they also have deprived areas.
Edmund Kyei also stressed on the need for Ghanaian and Hungarian businessmen to start doing business together to help accelerate the transformation of both countries.
FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi