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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 Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro and San Marino.

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 complemented by our Honorary Consuls in Italy, namely: Palermo, L’Aquila, Torino and Brescia.

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

We thank you for finding time to visit our website.

News & Events


Fellow Ghanaians

Greetings to you all. I am reaching out to you again, following my last message early last month. You are constantly in my prayers. I hope that you are coping well while this coronavirus crisis continues.

I have been closely monitoring developments in the country, particularly as it relates to the Ghanaian Community. I have maintained close communication with the leadership of the Ghanaian community   in Italy. Your general wellbeing has been of great concern to me.

Your patronage of the twenty-four hour hotlines set up by the Ghana Embassy, continues to provide opportunity for giving callers much needed advice and counsel during these difficult times.

These are not normal times and it is natural that you may be facing a great deal of discomfort and a variety of depressing emotions while trying to come to terms with the situation. I wish to reassure you that we at the Embassy are with you in these difficult times, and empathise with you in all the stress and trauma you may be experiencing.

The important thing is to continue to stay safe by strictly adhering to the directives put in place by our host, the Italian authorities, and be law abiding.

As uncomfortable and disconcerting as it may be, the “stay at home” policy is for the common good. It is the best way to keep us safe from catching the virus.

Additionally, social distancing and personal hygiene practices, particularly the washing of hands, are still very important. Furthermore, please note that should you need to go out for any of the allowed reasons, you must ensure that you are properly attired with the wearing of appropriate face masks and gloves.

I would also like to emphasise that in the event that you need to step out, please use your phones as sparingly as possible. On reaching home, apply hand sanitizer to clean the phone very well. Our hands are constantly on our phones, making our mobile phones the worst possible contact point for contamination.

I will be keeping a motherly watchful eye over you from Rome. In the meantime, I entreat you to maintain regular contact with the Ghana Association leadership in your various localities. They are there to protect your interests and seek your welfare. Continue to maintain the spirit of camaraderie by making regular phone calls to your fellow members and neighbours. You should also remember your families at home in Ghana and elsewhere, to check on them. The spirit of unity that has kept us together in the past, should be reinforced during these trying and difficult times to help us through. This is particularly important for those who may be here alone with no family support, and will need someone to reach out to them.

As you may well know by now, Accra and Kumasi and their environs are in lockdown. It became necessary to put this in place to contain the spread of the virus in Accra and Kumasi. The good news is that the quarantine measures and rapid COVID 19 protocols and treatment facilities established by the team led by our President HE Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, has yielded positive results. The Honourable Minister of Health has   reported this week that of the 152 cases reported as receiving treatment, 33 in total have so far recovered. Unfortunately, 5 persons have passed away. We Ghanaians must take pride in the leadership of our President, more especially in the manner he is leading the management of the crisis. He needs our constant prayers and support, in his efforts to keep Ghanaians safe from this dreadful virus.

In line with our Ghanaian culture and traditional practises, I would also plead with you not to be too hasty in resorting to media, Watsap and other social media platforms, to give what may be termed “Breaking News”. We have a saying in Ghana, “OPANYIN DUA MA NNTI MA NNTI”. Which means that a mature person is very circumspect in   giving out what he may have heard. That is, until he has had confirmation of the facts from the legitimate source. Certain matters should be left to the leaders of the community, family members and those whose right and privilege it is to tell the news. Let us respect our traditions, even though we may be away from home, giving our elders and leaders their due recognition. Before any information goes out, it should be crossed checked for authenticity. Most importantly it should be left to the rightful person to make the announcement. This will ensure that neither fear or panic nor distress is caused to those who may be affected by the news.      

The Embassy is in regular contact with the authorities in Accra. I shall continue to keep in touch and update you with any further information and or directives.

May I conclude by wising you all well. It is my fervent hope and prayer that God will soon us through this crisis.

May the Good Lord continue to be with you all and bless our homeland Ghana.

Warm regards.

H.E. Koranteng e signature



COVID-19: Ghana's Outbreak Response Management Updates

The GHANA HEALTH SERVICE has created a new website for COVID-19 in Ghana. We are all advised to refer to this website, where there will be a 6-hourly update. Please click on the following link to access the website:

Thank You.

Embassy of Ghana



Fellow Ghanaians,

The COVID 19 crisis continues to create health, social and economic challenges to all of us here in Italy. These are indeed difficult times for us individually. With the rapid spread of the Coronavirus, and the complete lockdown, the country Italy itself is going through a particularly difficult period.

Despite our individual challenges, we have a role to play in this crisis to support the Government of Italy, as it continues to spell out measures to help contain, and successfully combat the disease. Your safety is of prime importance.

I therefore encourage   you to strictly adhere to the measures being put in place by the Italian Authorities. By doing so, you will continue to keep yourselves safe.

As Ghanaians, we have a tradition of showing support for each other in times of trouble and crisis. Let us also therefore be our brothers’ keeper in our respective localities, looking out for the interests of any who may need our support. Mission will in turn be monitoring the situation, advising and keeping in touch with you in your best interest.

It is my fervent hope and prayer that this difficult period will be over soon, with new opportunities for achieving our purposes for being here.

God bless our homeland Ghana.


Eudora Hilda Quartey Koranteng



Friday 6th March, 2020 has been declared a statutory public holiday in Ghana, in observance of the 63rd Independence Day Celebration of the Republic of Ghana.

The Mission will accordingly be closed on Friday 6th March, 2020.


In view of the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus, the Embassy of Ghana in Italy wishes to draw the attention of the general public to the following behavioral standards put together by the Technical Scientific Committee of the Ministry of Health of Italy to contain the outbreak:

  • “Maintain a distance of at least 1 metre from other individuals and avoid crowded places;
  • Avoid gatherings that cause overcrowding and that breach the security distance;
  • Avoid kissing, hugging or shaking hands with other individuals;
  • Individuals aged 75 and individuals aged 65 carrying other pathologies should go out only if strictly necessary;
  • Individuals with a fever should stay at home, even if they think they do not have the coronavirus;
  • All meetings and congresses should be postponed, especially those concerning health/sanitary matters and public utility affairs;
  • Limit, as much as possible, the presence of family members in the waiting rooms of emergency structures, as well as visits to the elderly in the rest houses;
  • Avoid the exchange of bottles or cups, especially during sports activities;
  • Sneeze and cough using a handkerchief and throw it immediately without touching the secretions;
  • Avoid the presence of precious jewelry whilst washing your hands: they inhibit the correct cleaning of the hands”.

The Embassy of Ghana wishes to emphasize the need for strict adherence to these guidelines to ensure the protection and safety of everyone.

Meanwhile, the Embassy of Ghana is considering other possible arrangements through which Ghanaians in Italy may be provided with the needed assistance.

Kindly call Hotline numbers 3209617940 and 3342443411 for assistance.


H.E. Eudora Hilda Quartey Koranteng


Ghana Embassy
in Italy

Via Ostriana 4, 00199 Rome

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