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National Security Council Discusses Threats To Peace, Security
Date Uploaded: Apr 12, 2017

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf


National Security Council Discusses Threats To Peace, Security

MONROVIA, April 11 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has convened a Special National Security Council Meeting to discuss a number of national issues.

According to an Executive Mansion release, the Council deliberated on strategies and actions to deter threats from groups and individuals attempting to disrupt and undermine the peace and security of the country.

The Council sought ways to protect the public from their actions.

The Council also discussed the state of vehicles and trucks transporting containers as well as the large number of abandoned vehicles in public places and the threat they pose to citizens and residents on a daily basis.

The Council expressed regrets for the loss of lives during the weekend due to an accident caused by a container truck that was said to be defective and called on the relevant government institutions to take actions to address the situation.

The Council further expressed condolences to the bereaved families and consolation for the wounded.



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