GHANA THROUGH THE EYES OF THE USSR AMBASSADOR (1989-1991). COUNTRY STUDY NOTES
Keywords: Ghana, Accra, Provisional National Defense Council, Jerry Rawlings, chiefs, asantehene, linguists Evgeny Dmitrievich Ostrovenko-Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Candidate of Historical Sciences. From 1963 to 2004-in the diplomatic service of the USSR and Russian Foreign Ministries. He worked in the Embassies of the USSR in Afghanistan and Iran, in the Department of Middle Eastern Countries of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR. He was the USSR Ambassador to Ghana, Head of the Middle East Department of the USSR and Russian Foreign Ministries, Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan, Romania and Thailand, Deputy Director of the Second Asia Department of the Foreign Ministry, Ambassador-at-Large of the Russian Foreign Ministry, and Head of the Delegation on the delimitation of the state border between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan. Honored Worker of the Diplomatic Service of the Russian Federation, Honorary Worker of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Member of the Presidium of the Council of the Association of Russian Diplomats (ARD). Ghana, to which I happened to become Ambassador of the USSR in mid-1989, is not a small country. There are, of course, larger states in Africa, but Ghana has always been and remains one of the most significant, in many respects, countries on the continent. The word "first" is often used in relation to Ghana. Ghana, then the Gold Coast, became the first African colony. The first African newspaper appeared in it in 1857. The first African scientist, professional philosopher Anton Wilhelm Amo, was also a native of Ghana. Ghana was the first country in Africa to break free (in 1957) from colonial rule and embark on a path of independent development. ON SOVIET-GHANAIAN RELATIONS Soviet-Ghanaian relations and cooperation began to develop during the leadership of N. S. Khrushchev in the USSR and K. Nkrumah* in Ghana. Diplomatic relations were established on January 14, 19 ... Read more
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