H.E. Gina Ama Blay

Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana to the Federal Republic of Germany

Resources

Rich mineral resources such as gold, diamonds, manganese, limestone, bauxite, iron ore as well as various clays and granite deposits.  Ghana is the second largest producer of gold in Africa.

Extensive forests, which are arguably, the best managed in West Africa (with 252) permanent forest reserves in the rainforest zone alone.  In total, about 11% of Ghana is occupied by forests.  Ghana is the second largest producer of cocoa in the world.  It is also the third largest producer of timber and the second largest exporter of wood and wood products in Africa; Rich marine fishing resources (tuna and game fishing); Beautiful landscape, inviting sunshine, pristine beaches, exotic wildlife, and exciting national parks and game reserves; Rich culture and tradition and a world acclaimed warmth and hospitality of its people; Large oil deposits have been discovered in the Western Region of the country.

H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

President of the Republic of Ghana

Opening Hours

CHANCERY SECTION

MONDAYS - FRIDAYS

09:00 - 15:00 HOURS

Opening Hours

CONSULAR SECTION

MONDAYS - THURSDAYS

09:30 - 12:30 HOURS (Submission)

13:30 - 14:30 HOURS (Collection) 

The Consular Section is CLOSED to the public on FRIDAYS 

Our Address

Embassy of Ghana, Germany
Chancery Section
Stavangerstrasse 17 and 19
10439 Berlin, Germany
P: (+49) 30 54 71 49-0
F: (+49) 30 44 67 40 63
E-Mail: 
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Embassy of Ghana, Germany
Consular Section
Stavangerstrasse 17 and 19
10439 Berlin, Germany
P: (+49) 30 54 71 49-50
F: (+49) 30 44 67 40 63
E-Mail: 
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