Ghana FA ends Kevin-Boateng persuasion
Kevin-Prince Boateng quit the Black Stars in November 2010
Boateng-who plays for Serie A giants AC Milan-quit the Black Stars in November last year citing health concerns.
Several unsuccessful attempts have been made by the FA to convince the former Germany youth international to rescind his decision.
In April, Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah was in Milan to talk to the 25-year-old but his trip did not yield any positive result.
"There is that much the FA can do," Ghana FA Spokesperson Ibrahim Sannie-Daara said.
"Our current coach has been there twice, we have sent emissaries, some other Ghanaian players have spoken to him and even his family but sticks to his decision so I think we should respect it.
"How many times haven't we seen players retire only to rescind their decision later under different circumstances or when the situation changes. So we leave it at that."
Boateng was cleared to represent Ghana in May 2010 and was impressive at FIFA World Cup finals in South Africa.
His performance earned him a move from Portsmouth to Genoa who loaned him to AC Milan.