President George Weah Receives Guinean Highest Honor


President George Weah has called for a renew traditional spirit between Liberia and Guinea adding that said good friendship will renew and further strengthen the sisterly relationship between the two West African Countries.

Speaking during a State visit to Neighboring Guinea the Liberian leader said fostering peace and regional security is key to the survivability of citizens of the two States.

President Weah who commended his Guinean counterpart for the warm welcome accorded him and his delegation also stressed the need for a timely re-connection of direct movement transportation both air and by rail road which he noted will further facilitate the free and efficient movement of goods and services.

He called for the maintenance of peace in the two Countries and region at large something he noted is cardinal to the growth process of Africans in general.

The Liberian leader added that without peace, rule of law including national security the world will be a difficult place to live.

Weah wants a strategic partnership to protect porous borders especially ensuring the smooth and efficient migration of people in the region.

He pledged his government’s cooperation to developing transport linkages between Countries through land and sea.

Meanwhile as part of his official State visit, President Weah received the highest honor in Guinea by his Guinean Counterpart Alpha Conde.



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