MIA Boss Hails China’s Assistance to Liberia

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The Minister of Internal Affairs (MIA), Morris Dukuly, has hailed China’s continued, unwavering support to Liberia’s development.

According to Min. Dukuly, the latest being a donation of US$4 million worth of engineering equipment to the Ministry of National Defense.

Minister Dukuly described China as a great friend whose contribution to Liberia’s infrastructural development has been remarkable.

The MIA boss called on the Chinese Ambassador to help attract more Chinese investments to Liberia, especially in the southeast which has a lot of potential in the form of agriculture.

He said the government is exploring every way possible to improve the lives of its people and stressed the need for a major focus on agriculture.

Minister Dukuly expressed hopes that Liberia would provide agriculture produce on more markets in the Mano River Union basin countries.

For his part, the newly Chinese Ambassador accredited to Liberia, Zhan Yue, assured that China would maintain its traditional relationship with Liberia.

Ambassador Yue said that as a sister country they would continue to provide Liberia with much needed assistance.

The Chinese Envoy noted that agriculture is on his agenda for Liberia and promised to encourage Chinese companies to invest in the area of agriculture in Liberia.

Internal Affairs Minister Morris M. Dukuly on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, received in audience, the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Zhang Yue at his Capitol Hill Office.

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