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Welcome Address

You are warmly welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Ghana in Rome, Italy.

The Embassy takes care of the interests of the sending state (Ghana) in the receiving state (Italy) as well as its countries of concurrent accreditations. These countries are Croatia, Greece, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro.

The Embassy is also accredited to the Rome based United Nation's Agencies i.e. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), World Food Programme (WFP) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).

To discharge its mandate effectively and efficiently, the Embassy has the following sections.

  • Political and Economic
  • Trade,Investment and Tourism
  • Passports and Visas
  • Diaspora Affairs
  • Information and Culture
  • United Nations Agencies

The Mission's work is complement by our Honorary Consuls in Greece, Athens and in Italy, namely: Palermo, Brescia, Torino and L'Aquila

For any further information, you may kindly contact the Embassy on the telephone numbers and e-mail addresses provided.

I thank you for finding time to visit our website.

News & Events

Embassy of Ghana participates at the Inauguration Ceremony of ‘Rieti Cuore Piccante’ – World Chilli Fair

Embassy of Ghana participates at the Inauguration Ceremony of ‘Rieti Cuore Piccante’ – World Chilli Fair

The city of Rieti hosted the World Chilli Fair on its 5th edition and the Inauguration Ceremony took place on Thursday 27th August 2015 at the city’s main square. Mr. Hussein Mohammed, Acting Head of Mission, participated on behalf of the Mission.

Ghana main partner of Blue Sea Land 2015: successful signing of the MOU on Cooperation in the Fishing Cluster

Ghana main partner of Blue Sea Land 2015: successful signing of the MOU on Cooperation in the Fishing Cluster

A Delegation of the Republic of Ghana, led by the Hon. Sherry Ayitey, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development and H.E. Molly Anim-Addo, Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana to Italy, concluded its successful participation at the Blue Sea Land 2015, the main Expo of Mediterranean, African and Middle Eastern Agro Food Clusters held in Mazara del Vallo

The Embassy of Ghana meets with the institutional bodies of Parma to initiate the follow up action after the President’s visit

The Embassy of Ghana meets with the institutional bodies of Parma to initiate the follow up action after the President’s visit

A delegation from the Embassy of Ghana, led by H.E. Mrs. Molly Anim-Addo, Ambassador and Mrs. Khadija Iddrisu, Minister Plenipotentiary, met with the key institutional players of the City of Parma on Tuesday 13th October 2015 to discuss and define the areas of collaboration in the agro processing value chain in general, and tomato processing in particular.

CONSULAR NOTICE / AVVISO

PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT THE CONSULAR FEES CHARGED IN THIS EMBASSY FOR THE RELEVANT SERVICES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.

APPLICANTS CANNOT REQUEST FOR A REFUND AFTER PAYMENT.

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Embassy of Ghana

Consular Section

Italy partners Ghana on cluster fisheries creation

Ghana and Italy have agreed to promote and create fisheries clusters in the country.

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed to that effect in Accra between the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development and Mazara del Vallo-Cosvop of Italy.

URGENT NOTICE - HEAD COUNT OF ALL CAP 30 GHANAIAN PENSIONERS ABROAD

The Embassy of Ghana in Rome, has received, from the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department (CAGD), in Accra, information related to an ongoing national exercise, being undertaken by the Government of Ghana, to update the database of all (CAP 30) Pensioners on the National Pensions Payroll System.

Ghana Embassy
in Italy

Via Ostriana 4, 00199 Rome

Opening Hours

Chancery:
Monday to Friday
from 8:30 to 15:30
Consular Section:
Monday to Thursday
from 8:30 to 12:30 (Receiving the Applications) and from 14:00 to 15:30 (Collection of Documents)

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