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Weah Attracts US Delegation’s Appreciation

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MONROVIA: The seven-man United States-Government Congressional Delegation headed by New York Democratic Congressman Gregory Meeks appointed by US President Joe Biden to grace Liberia’s Bicentennial celebration has lavished praises on President George Manneh Weah for the tremendous feat Liberia has accomplished since he took the mantle of leadership of the country.

Democratic Congressman Gregory Meek is the Chairman on the Committee of Foreign Relations at the US House of Representatives. He said under the leadership of President Weah, Liberia is currently standing on a sure path to genuine recovery and sustainable development after the cessation of the country’s bloody civil crisis.
“We have come in recognition of the 200 years of Liberia’s existence as you commemorate the Bicentennial and we pledge to work with you to ensure continued progress in the country’s development and democracy,” the US Congressman intoned.
While presenting a gift of honor to President Weah, Congressman Gregory Meek lauded the Liberian leader for his tremendous efforts and his quest to lead a national drive that will move the country on the right trajectory for the benefit of all of its citizens adding, “Hard work and accomplishments in pushing Liberia forward in a better direction for all our people”.
Also remarking, the Chairperson of the Congressional Black Caucus, Madam Joyce Betty reassured President Weah of the delegation’s firm support to the growth and development of Liberia. She added that the Black Caucus is rendering its support to Liberia’s forward march as the country celebrates 200 years of existence.
For his part, North Caroline Representative George K. Buterfield urged the Liberian leader not be moved by information that has the proclivity to ignite division as such will serve as a distraction from his duty of provide stewardship to the country.
North Caroline Representative George K. Buterfield: “We know there are three kinds of negative information: misinformation, disinformation and mal-information,” he said referencing similarities with fallout from the US Elections.
Earlier in his welcoming remark, President Weah thanked the seven-man US-delegation for recognizing Liberia during the celebration of its Bicentennial.
President Weah recollected the strong and historic bonds between both nations and encouraged that the US and Liberia continue the mutual bilateral engagements, saying “We are always willing and ready to work with at all levels of government.”

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