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Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the U.S. Army Europe and Africa commanding general, renders a salute during a wreath laying ceremony at the North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial, located near Carthage, Tunisia, Feb. 24, 2021. The ceremony took place during an official visit to Tunis, Tunisia, to meet with U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome and Tunisian partners to reaffirm USAREUR-AF’s and SETAF-Africa’s commitment to security cooperation in North Africa. (Courtesy photo by U.S. Embassy Tunis)
Gen. Christopher Cavoli meets with Ghanaian defense officials
VICENZA, Italy – The senior U.S. Army representative to Africa met with Ghanaian military officials in Ghana from Nov. 15-16.
Gen. Christopher Cavoli, commanding general of U.S. Army Europe and Africa, headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, traveled to Ghana Nov. 15 to meet with Ghana’s Minister of Defense the Hon. Dominic Nitiwul and other members of the military high command of the Ghana Armed Forces.
The focus of Cavoli’s trip was to discuss defense and security issues affecting West Africa, Europe, and the United States, and the leadership role that Ghana plays in supporting security within the sub-region and throughout Africa.