Ghana says not to support military intervention in Cote d'Ivoire (2)

10:00, January 08, 2011      

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President Mills disclosed that Ghanaian peacekeeping officers had informed him that they could not contribute more troops for peace keeping missions.

However, Mills said that Ghana has been closely monitoring the situation in the world's largest cocoa producer and would ensure that peace is restored in the land.

He denied the media reports that Ghana is sending ammunition to Cote d'Ivoire to support incumbent President Gbagbo to chase out rival Alassane Ouatarra.

On the recent price increase of petroleum products, Mills said the decision to increase the prices of petroleum product by about 30 percent is because the government could not continue to subsidize fuel as that is a huge cost to the country.

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