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President Pranab Mukherjee has said that the current world order demands international organisations that are consistent with the new challenges confronting the global community. In his address at the banquent hosted by Ghanaian President John Mahama at the President house in Accra last night, Mr Mukherjee made a strong pitch for reforms in United Nations Security Council. 
He termed non inclusion of India and Africa in the council as a serious anomaly. Mr Mukherjee called for collective efforts of the international community to curb terrorism which he termed as global menace. He said, India has been its victim for over three decades and expressed solidarity with Ghana in confronting the challenge. 
Stating that trade and investment between both the countries have seen rapid growth in recent past, the President sought better opportunities for Indian companies to invest in the mineral and gas rich country.
The President reached Accra yesterday on a two-day visit to Ghana. Mr Mukherjee's is the first visit by an Indian President to Ghana and is a part of India's outreach to Africa.

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