New Lebanese Ambassador Presents Letters of Credence to Pres. Weah

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Lebanese Ambassador Henri Kastoun presents Letters of Credence to President Weah Photo Credit: Executive Mansion Photo

President George Weah on Monday received Letters of Credence from the new Lebanese Ambassador to Liberia, Henri Kastoun at his Ministry of Foreign Affairs office in Monrovia, a release from the Executive Mansion has said.

In his welcome remark, President Weah informed Ambassador Kastoun that he was excited to receive his Letters of Credence, and said he looks forward to strengthening the relationship between Liberia and Lebanon.

The President also emphasized the need for both countries to constructively engage one another, while aiming for mutual benefits. He then called on Amb. Kastoun to engage the Lebanese Community in Liberia and ensure a fair and business-friendly atmosphere.

The President noted that the sale of expired goods is not good for the health of Liberians. He urged Amb. Kastoun to prevail on Lebanese merchants in Liberia to ensure that goods brought into the country are not substandard and that their actions and activities are within the confines of the law.

The Lebanese Envoy thanked President Weah, and said he was honored by the opportunity to present his Letters of Credence at this “very important time in the history of Liberia.”

Ambassador Kastoun extended heartfelt felicitations to President Weah on his ascendancy to the Presidency of Liberia, and expressed appreciation for the warm welcome he received so far.

He underscored the need to strengthen the bilateral relationship between Liberia and Lebanon, and commended the people of Liberia for the hospitality accorded the Lebanese Community in the country.

Amb. Kastoun then presented a special message from the Prime Minister of Lebanon, Saad Hariri, whom he said expressed his government’s willingness to work with the Liberian government in exploring business opportunities.

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  1. yes my Lebanese people myself my father was a Lebanese man he came to Liberia to make business and got marry to my mother a Liberian from bomi county and they move to America in 1967 and I was born and my sister in long island ny. the reason why I am saying all of this is because I am being prosecuted here in the usa because my father is Lebanese so please help me and also my brother is also in Lebanon but was born in Liberia we are from the same mother and father my life is in danger because of that.my father name is ahmad saide. my mother name Julia lewis my brother name is joseph saide and my name is ahmad saide jr.thanks

  2. *It’s high times, Liberia takes another look at “The Open Door Policy”. Regulate CASH flows out of Liberia; in the NAME of so-called profit from doing BUSINESS in Liberia.

    • yes mr f. hney if you read the bible you will see you got to treat people like you treat the lamb of god you can not see god ok but you can see man and god want you to obey man. the way you treat man is the way god know you are his

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