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Liberia-Ghana Joint Commission to be revived

By Jonathan Grigsby
Ghana's new Ambassador to Liberia,Kodjo Asimeng Wadee 
meeting with President Ellen Johnson-Johnson
Ghana's new Ambassador to Liberia,Kodjo Asimeng Wadee meeting with President Ellen Johnson-Johnson

(mylbsonline/Liberia)-President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has expressed her government’s desire to reawakening the Liberia-Ghana Joint Commission.

President Johnson-Sirleaf told the Ghanaian Ambassador accredited to Liberia, Kodjo Asimeng Wadee that the Liberian Government will work along with him to ensure the full revitalization of the commission through bilateral cooperation.

The Liberian Leader also recounted the numerous contributions made by the Government and people of Ghana toward resolving the 15-year Liberian civil war.

President Johnson-Sirleaf made the statement recently when she received Mr. Wadee’s letters of credence as Ghanaian Ambassador Extra-Ordinary and Plenipotentiary to Liberia.

According to an Executive Mansion release, Ambassador Wadee presented his letters of credence to the Liberian President Wednesday 6th March, 2013 at the Foreign Ministry on Capitol Hill in Monrovia.

He said: “I will exert all efforts to strengthen the cooperation between the two West African states and peoples.”

“I will work along with the relevant authorities to reactivate the permanent Joint Commission to provide an effective instrument for promoting common socio-economic projects that will benefit Liberia and Ghana,” the newly assigned Ghanaian Ambassador to Liberia assured President Johnson-Sirleaf.

 


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