KAILASA establishes new bilateral agreements with the Republic of Ghana

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November 24, 2023 – KAILASA Strengthens Its Diplomatic Ties with the Republic of Ghana

In another significant milestone, KAILASA established new bilateral agreements with the Republic of Ghana, thereby extending its global diplomatic network.

KAILASA and the Hohoe municipality, Volta region, Republic of Ghana, have formally entered into a sister-city relationship. The partnership is based on shared values of cultural understanding, global peace, prosperity, religious freedom, and the promotion of human rights, with a focus on eradicating hunger, fostering youth leadership, and advancing holistic health and education initiatives.

KAILASA and the Offinso municipality, Ashanti region, Republic of Ghana, have formally entered into a sister-city relationship. The partnership is based on shared values of cultural understanding, global peace, prosperity, religious freedom, and the promotion of human rights, with a focus on eradicating hunger, fostering youth leadership, and advancing holistic health and education initiatives.

KAILASA extends its gratitude to the municipalities of Hohoe and Offinso and expresses its sincere wishes for the success and development of both regions. We look forward to a long-lasting partnership.

Press Contact: Press Office of the Holy See of Hinduism

Email: contact@kailaasa.org

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