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Pres. Weah says talks with world leaders will benefit Liberia

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President George Manneh Weah and United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guetarres
President George Manneh Weah and United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guetarres

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-President George Weah says bilateral discussions held between him and other world leaders at the UN General Assembly will have a positive impact in all sectors in Liberia.

President Weah said:” The economy, investment and infrastructural development as areas highlighted during the discussions with his counterparts.”

The Liberian Leader spoke with reporters Tuesday, October 1, 2019, at the Roberts International Airport in Lower Margibi County, upon his return to the Country from the UN General Assembly in New York, the United States of America.

He assured of galvanizing donors’ support, including investment opportunities for young people, and that attracting donors’ support at high profiled meetings remains a concern of his government.

Meanwhile, President George Weah has reacted to some Liberians expressing contrary views on his September 25 address to the UN.

Meanwhile, President Weah says he is more focused on reviving the Country’s economy rather than the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court.

President Weah said his recent statement at the UN General Assembly regarding the establishment of the Court was not his position, but the position of the Liberian people.

The President said:” I was only conveying to the UN General Assembly the position of the Liberian people given the current debate regarding the establishment of the Court in Liberia.”

President Weah told reporters that he has not made any definite position on the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court.

 


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