Russia War Effect: ‘It’s A State-To-State Matter.... Gov’t Will Act In Response Accordingly’ - Buaben Asamoa

National Sales and marketing communications Director of the ruling New Devoted Party (NPP), Yaw Buaben Asamoa claims his party does not have intention to act in response to Russia after refusing to recognize that their breach of Ukraine is harming Ghana’s economic system.

“We [NPP party] rarely have time to argue on this, ” he said on NEAT FM’s morning show, 'Ghana Montie'.

President Ni?era Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Vice-President, Doctor Mahamudu Bawumia have both declared the war ensuing between Russia and Ukraine has a direct impact on Ghana’s economy and all other groups.

But Russia claims Ghana cannot pin the consequence on it for their current economical issues in spite of a global crisis due to the Vladimir Putin-led harm on Ukraine.

Typically the Russian Embassy in Ghana in a series of twitter updates on Tuesday, nineteenth April 2022 declared Ghana is in charge of its own economical problems.

“The Charge took notice of the increased range of news articles somehow or other accusing Russia of all negative tendencies in agricultural market segments, gloomy prospects in phrases of gain access to of food and huge losses of farmers, ” the embassy tweeted.

“The Embassy wishes to explain on the roots and individuals with this crisis and provide a thorough and objective analysis without thoughts and personal prejudice. Food prices started rising in mid-2020 and achieved an all-time high in February 2022.

“This is a real market impact caused by high demand and growing prices on food, raw materials and transportation services, including freight in the post-COVID recovery period, ” it extra.

When asked to touch upon the concern, Yaw Buaben Asamoa said the NPP will not get involved in diplomatic issues between the two countries.

“It’s a state-to-state affair so the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will respond to them [Russia] accordingly. It is not the accountability of the part of respond, ” he told number, Akwasi Aboagye.

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