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President Weah Congratulates Poland on Independence Day Observance

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - President Dr. George Manneh Weah has sent a congratulatory message to Mr. Andrzej Duda, President of the Republic of Poland, on the occasion celebrating the Independence Anniversary of that country.

According to a Foreign Ministry release, President Weah expressed delights and extended sincere congratulations to President Duda, and through him, to the Government of Poland as they commemorate this festive holiday. The Liberian leader recalled the achievements accrued in the bilateral relations since the two countries established diplomatic relations far back in 1934. “My government will always acknowledge with thanks your country’s contribution to Liberia’s national development agenda on the international scene,” he said.  He expressed ardent hope that the relationship between both countries will be strengthened to include joint ventures in agriculture, capacity building, industry and trade.

President Weah then extended best wishes for President Andrzej Duda personal wellbeing and for the people of Poland, sustained peace and prosperity. At the same time, President Weah has sent a condolence message to the Government and people of the Republic of Turkey, following a tragic news of a devastating earthquakes that struck the Aegean City of Lzmir on October 30, 2020, causing loss of lives and extensive damage to infrastructures and properties of the people living in the affected areas.   

According to a Foreign Ministry release, President Weah, in his message to  Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of the Republic of Turkey, on behalf of Liberia, extended deepest condolences to the Government and people of Turkey, particularly to the families of the victims of the disaster. The Liberian leader further expressed confidence that under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Government and people of Turkey will overcome the difficulties of this disaster as normalcy restores to the affected areas.

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