President Sirleaf Receives Letters of Credence from the New UK Ambassador to Liberia, H.E. Mr. David Belgrove - See more at: http://emansion.gov.lr/2press.php?news_id=3303&related=7&pg=sp#sthash.skO1jzt9.dpuf
President Sirleaf Receives Letters of Credence from the New UK Ambassador to Liberia, H.E. Mr. David Belgrove
Pres. Sirleaf Highlights 4 Key Post-Ebola Recovery Development Areas; As She Receives Letters of Credence From British Envoy
MONROVIA, June 4 (LINA)-President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has emphasized that her government’s post-Ebola recovery program is now focused on infrastructure, agriculture, health and education.
“To this end, we anticipate that such investments would be directed to the manufacturing industries, especially in the value chain,” the Liberian leader urged, adding that this will enhance job creation, and alleviate the unemployment rate.
According to an Executive Mansion release, President Sirleaf made the assertion when she received the Letters of Credence of the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland accredited to Liberia, Mr. David Belgrove.
She extolled the excellent relations currently subsisting between the two countries, and noted that the presentation of his Letters of Credence further indicates renewed strengthening of Liberia – United Kingdom ties.
The release indicated that as Liberia pursues its dream of becoming a middle-income country by 2030, President Sirleaf is encouraging British investments with a keen interest in exploring business opportunities in Liberia, aimed at contributing to the country’s recovery plan.
She assured Ambassador Belgrove of her fullest cooperation and that of the Government and people of Liberia during his tour of duty near this capital.
The Liberian leader also conveyed to her counterpart David Cameron, through him, heartfelt congratulations for his re-election as Prime Minister and Head of the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom.
“May I also through you, express warm wishes of good health to Queen Elizabeth II, and to the People of the United Kingdom, sustained peace and prosperity,” President Sirleaf concluded.