House Speaker Dr. Bhofal Chambers and British Envoy Sir Neil Bradley during the courtesy visit House Speaker Dr. Bhofal Chambers and British Envoy Sir Neil Bradley during the courtesy visit

British Ambassador Pays Courtesy Visit to Speaker Chambers

MONROVIA, LIBERIA -The British Ambassador to Liberia Sir Neil Bradley has paid a courtesy visit to the Speaker of the House of Representatives in Monrovia and has stated that London takes seriously its relations with Liberia which dates far back to the 1850s.

During a meeting with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dr. Bhofal Chambers, Amb. Bradley says Liberia has great potential, and Britain stands ready to work with Liberia in many areas of economic opportunities affecting the country’s green energy sector, mining, forestry, fisheries, and energy, amongst others. The British Envoy mentions that he looks forward to working with the Liberian Government to achieve more women participation in the body politics of the country. Amb. Neil also elucidated that his country takes a keen interest in Liberia’s transitional justice process, health, and accountability in public service.
 
However, the British Ambassador cautioned that Liberia takes serious its security standing and good governance as the country anticipates working means to bring justice to victims of crimes in Liberia. He lauded the government and people of Liberia for their approach to the global pandemic, COVID-19. For his part, House Speaker, Dr. Bhofal Chambers lauded the British Envoy for his positive thoughts about Liberia. Speaker Chambers recounted the long diplomatic relationship between Great Britain and Liberia, which dates back to more than one hundred years. The Speaker then welcomed the British Ambassador, and ask him to do his work diligently, and whilst wishing for Liberia to prosper and succeed in its agenda to alleviate poverty and improve infrastructure development.

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