President George Weah has encouraged staff of the Permanent Mission of Liberia to the United Nations and the Consulate General to continue to work together to promote the image of the United States, a release has said.
According to the release, during a meeting with the staff on the sidelines of the High-Level Week of the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, President Weah said it was important that all staff members, despite political affiliation, continue to work as a team to ensure the success of the government and development of the country.
President Weah said effective and positive representation would continue to attract donors and investors and bring development to Liberia which will benefit not just the government, but all citizens and inhabitants.
President Weah appreciated the staff for their service to the nation and said that he was satisfied with the level of organization, coordination and cohesiveness exhibited during the High-Level Week of the 74th United Nations General Assembly.
President Weah also used the meeting to thank Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr., Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative to the United Nations for his able leadership and representation of Liberia at the United Nations, stressing that Kemayah is “a good man.”
Amb. Kemayah also thanked President Weah for his “exceptional participation in the High-Level Week of the 74th Session of the UNGA,” noting: “World Leaders, Liberians and other nationals were proud of the leadership of President Weah, and his excellent representation of the Government and People of Liberia at the 74th United Nations General Assembly.”
Kemayah said the staff of both the Permanent Mission and Consulate General were aware of President Weah and the Government of Liberia’s efforts to address the inherited challenges and commended President Weah for such endeavors.
Amb. Kemayah assured President Weah of the continued and unflinching practical support and commitment of the staff to promote and enhance the agenda of the president as well as to the success of the Liberian government.
Kemayah used the meeting to thank the staff for their commitment and work during the High-Level Week of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and urged them to continue.