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Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana
H.E. Salma Frances Mancell-Egala

First President of the Republic of Ghana
Kwame Nkrumah

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- IMPORTANT -

THE MINISTRIY OF GOREIGN AFFAIRS AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION OF GHANA IS COLLATION INFORMATIN ON GHANAIANS AND LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENTS WHO ARE STRANDED ABROAD AS A RESULT OF THE CLOSURE OF INTERNATIONAL BORDERS IN CONTAINMENT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

TO THIS END, ELIGIBLE NATIONALS WHO ARE PREPARED TO PAY FOR THEIR COST OF TRAVEL TO GHANA SUBMIT THEIR DETAILS SPECIFIED BELOW TO THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ADDRESS: CONSULAR@GHANAEMBASSY.COM.TR, ISTANBUL.CONSULATE@MFA.GOV.GH NOT LATER THAN THURSDAY 14th MAY, 2020:

  • NAME AND COPY OF BIO DATA PAGE OF PASSPORT;
  • CURRENT LOCATION;
  • TELEPHONE CONTACT;
  • WHATSAPP NO;
  • EMAIL ADDRESS;
  • DATE OF TRAVEL FROM GHANA;
  • ORIGINAL DATE OF EXPECTED RETURN TO GHANA;
  • COPY OF RETURN TICKET;
  • REASONS FOR INABILITY TO RETURN TO GHANA AND;
  • CONFIRMATION OF ABILITY TO PAY FOR ARRANGED AIR TRAVEL;

PLEASE TREAT AS URGENT.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Embassy of the Republic of Ghana, Upon review of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which appears not to have declined, has decided to suspend visa services, with effect from 1st April, 2020, until further notice. Meanwhile, for other services, and in emergency stiuations, Ghanaians are entreated to contact the Embassy electronically through the under-mentioned details:

İSTANBUL CONSULATE
istanbul.consulate@ghanaembassy.com.tr
+90542 817 0819
+90539 312 2504

ANKARA
consular@ghanaembassy.com.tr
+90544 781 5922
+90543 821 2050
+90543 724 5474

Ghanaians in Turkey and countries of concurrent accreditation are advised to avoid non-essential social gatherings and are entreated to comply with the precautionary measures laid out by the Ministry of Health of their country of residence and that of the World Health Organization which are aimed at keeping them safe.