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Bilateral Ties with Ghana, Burkina Faso, The Gambia, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Togo

Bilateral Ties of the Czech Republic with Ghana, Burkina Faso, The Gambia, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Togo

Burkina Faso

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1968, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Burkina Faso is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra. Burkina Faso in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Vienna.  Contacts were made between deputy ministers. Several development projects were carried out by the Czech Republic in Burkina Faso (water works in Toma, orphanage in Kisito, assistance to refugees from Ivory Coast.)

 

 

The Gambia 

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1972, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in  the Gambia is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra and the Honorary Consulate in Banjul. The Gambia in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Brussels.  Contacts were made between deputy ministers.

 

Ghana

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1957, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in  the Ghana is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra. Ghana in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Prague. Vicepresident of Ghana (incumbent president) John Dramani Mahama visited the Czech Republic in 2012. Ghana has been visited by the Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs Jan Kohout in 2013. 

 

Guinea 

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1959, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Guinea is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra and the Honorary Consulate in Conacry. Guinea in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Berlin.

 

Guinea-Bissau

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1973, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Guinea-Bissau is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra. Guinea-Bissau in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Brussels. Contacts were made between deputy ministers.

 

Liberia 

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1972, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Liberia is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra. No concrete representation of Liberia has been assigned to represent Liberia in the Czech Republic.

 

Ivory Coast

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1984, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Ivory Coast is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra. Ivory Coast in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Berlin.

 

Sierra Leone

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1963, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Sierra Leone is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra. Sierra Leone in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Moscow.

 

Togo 

Diplomatic relations with former Czechoslovakia were established in 1960, relations with the Czech Republic have been established in 1993. The Czech Republic in Togo is represented by the Czech Embassy in Accra and the Honorary Consulate in Lomé. Togo in the Czech Republic is represented by its embassy in Paris.