Embassy of India in Accra, Ghana is an output of Indo-Ghanaian relations which have traditionally been warm and friendly since the time of President Nkrumah a leading member of NAM who had close friendship with the first Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, an architect of modern India and one of the principal formulator of Non Aligned Movement (NAM). President Nkrumah visited India in 1961 and established the trend in bilateral relations for decades to come. The relations between Indian Embassy and Ghana Embassy have retained their warmth when India is admired and respected by all Ghanaians for its perceived success in nation building and democratic traditions. Not only this, India is recognized as a leader of the Third World and NAM. Embassy of India further strengthened the relationship with Ghana when a Cultural Agreement was signed during President Limann's visit in 1981. India and Ghana have signed a fresh Cultural Exchange Programme Agreement during President Kufuor's visit. The relation between Ghana and India has reached to its apex when Ghana expected from India for assistance in various fields of economic development, IT, small scale industries, appropriate technology for manufacturing and industrial purposes, drugs and medical equipment, roads, railways and rural infrastructure.
EMBASSY OF INDIA IN ACCRA, GHANA
High Commission of India
P. O. Box CT 5708
Cantonments - Accra
Telephone: +233-21-775601/2 (PABX)
Fax: +233-21-772176/ 786067
Monday to Friday: 0830-1300 hours and 1330-1700 hours.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed holidays.
Consular service from 0900 hrs to 1200 hrs every working day.