MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The World Bank Regional Vice President for Western and Central Africa has arrived in Liberia on a two-day official visit.
Mr. Ousmane Diagana’s visit is part of his official tour of West and Central Africa, and it is his first trip to Liberia since assuming his current position in July, 2020.
While in the Country, the World Bank Vice President will hold high level talks with President George Weah and senior government officials on a wide range of development issues.
He is also expected to inspect the ongoing construction of 6.1 kilometer of road linking ELWA to Coca Factory.
The project is being funded by the World Bank through the Liberia Road Asset Management Project.
Liberia joined the World Bank group on March 28, 1962, and since then the Bank has been one of the Country’s key development partners, supporting major investments in health, education, energy, agriculture, fisheries and transport.