Ghana and the UN Security Council

After 15 years, Ghana has regained its seat at the UN Security Council, reaffirming its position as a key player in global peace and security initiatives.

Presidency of the UN Security Council

In a historic moment, Ghana assumes the presidency of the UN Security Council on November 1, 2022. This presidency is significant as it allows Ghana to lead discussions and initiatives aimed at enhancing global peace and security.

Commitment to Peace and Security

Ghana's participation on the council underscores its dedication to advancing the UN's peace agenda, particularly in ensuring the security of member countries. Ambassador Harold Agyeman, Ghana's Permanent Representative to the UN, reiterated Ghana's commitment to promoting international peace and security during a ceremony at the Media Stakeout Area of the Security Council.

Term of Service

Ghana served on the council from January 1, 2022, to December 2023, marking its third non-permanent tenure on the prestigious council.


Membership Renewal

Ghana's return to the UN Security Council was officially marked on January 4th, as it participated in a flag ceremony alongside other new members such as Albania, Brazil, Gabon, and the UAE.

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