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End the war: Ghana condemns Russia attack on Ukraine

The Republic of Ghana has condemned Russia’s “unprovoked” attack on Ukraine.

Ghana said Russia must withdraw its troops from Ukraine and end the war.

These were contained in a tweet by Ghana’s Foreign Affairs Minister Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey.

“Today, the world woke up to the bombardment and invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation. Ghana condemns unreservedly this unprovoked attack on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of a United Nations Member State and calls on Russia to withdraw and end the war,” she tweeted on Thursday, 24 February 2022.

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Today, the world woke up to the bombardment and invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation. Ghana condemns unreservedly this unprovoked attack on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of a United Nations Member State and calls on Russia to withdraw and end the war.

— Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey (@AyorkorBotchwey) February 24, 2022
There are thousands of Ghanaians in Ukraine schooling and working.