Swiss Embassy holds cultural event in Ghana


Basic News of Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Supply: diplomaticaffairstv.com

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The Ambassador of Switzerland to with concurrent accreditation to Togo and Benin Philip Stalder has called on globe leaders to use dissimilarities to endorse unity in diversity towards the attainment of international peace and steadiness.

His Excellency Philipp Stalder was talking at the maiden Switzerland cultural which observed the screening of a brief documentary dubbed “Bounty” at the Alliance Francaise which highlights specific and cultural differences and the need to have to have an identity and be globally recognized no matter of one’s race or shade.

The documentary “Bounty” throws mild on the black and the swiss lifestyle or by extension the Black and the White society in the emergence of technology which has been witnessed for a number of many years. In next the day-to-day life of 5 people today, a hybrid lifestyle is disclosed. The figures Bacary from Senegal and Jeffrey also from Ghana detect as Swiss, wherever by distinction Rili, a Nigerian promises his African roots. Winta also from Eritrea considers herself culturally blended though her daughter Ayan born in Swiss believe pores and skin color doesn’t subject.

In an interaction with a single of the major people, the Ambassador of Swiss to Ghana reported “It doesn’t matter wherever a single is coming from or their pores and skin variety what issues is the human race and the require to regard human legal rights and be tolerant of each individual other to reside in harmony’’.

According to him showcasing the Swiss lifestyle in Ghana and other jurisdictions would enable to endorse folks to men and women relations and get countries to have an understanding of just about every other.

The screening of the documentary brought alongside one another some Ghanaian officers, the swiss community, Some Heads of the Diplomatic corps and pals of the embassy.

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