I welcome you to the Indonesian Honorary Consulate page and my name is Honorable Paskal A.B. Rois, the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in Ghana.
Indonesia – Ghana diplomatic relations was established in 1959. The history of Ghana and Indonesia dates back to colonial times. People of Ghanaian origin from the Elmina territory (formerly home to the kingdom of Ashanti) were assigned as part of the Dutch colonial army in Indonesia. These Ghanaian army personnel assimilated with the local Indonesian culture, in which some chose to stay in Indonesia, mainly in Java, and became known as “the Black Dutch”. In Elmina, Ghana, there is also the Museum of Java where artefacts from Ghanaian soldiers’ period of stay in Indonesia are displayed.
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