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U.S - Liberia Partnership Dialogue in Washington D. C.

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President George Weah and U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder in a toast in Monrovia
President George Weah and U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder in a toast in Monrovia

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - The 4th Session of the U.S. - Liberia Partnership Dialogue is expected to place early next in Washington D. C., the United States of America

According to a Dispatch, the Dialogue will be held on September 16 at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.

The Dialogue seeks to institutionalize U.S.-Liberia relations and promote diplomacy and economic cooperation between the two countries.

It will also deliberate on strengthening the country’s health and education systems.

The last Dialogue was held in 2017 that focused on overcoming challenges to Liberia’s economy; expanding agriculture production and trade, supporting Post-Ebola recovery and health system strengthening efforts, among others.

 


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