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Official Hails Swedish Support To Peace, Security
By Chris Nyemapee, LINA Grand Gedeh Correspondent

ZWEDRU, May 19 (LINA) - The acting Superintendent of Grand Gedeh County, Olaska W. Barh, has described the Swedish Government’s support to the Carter Center peace-building effort as a positive initiative to help Liberians live together and develop their country.

The acting superintendent made the remarks in the conference room of the administrative building in Zwedru City when he received a three-man delegation from the Swedish Embassy near Monrovia headed by an official envoy Ann Stodberb.

He paid tribute to the government of Sweden for its many contributions in the areas of education, economic development and peace-building, as the country transitions from conflict to stability.

Responding, the Swedish envoy said her visit to Grand Gedeh for the first time was to assess the work of Carter Center in the county.

She said while there, her delegation will collect first-hand information on the impact of the Access to Justice Program on common people and how her government can help further.

She was accompanied by SIDA Policy Specialist on Peace and Security and Carter Center Coordinator, Peewu Flomoku and staff of the program.

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