House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has reaffirmed Liberia’s commitment to improving its bilateral and multilateral international relationships with countries across the world.
Speaking over the weekend at his Capitol Building Office, Speaker Chambers told the newly accredited South African Ambassador to Liberia, Vanapalan Punjanathan Moodley that the Government of Liberia remains committed to fostering the longstanding bilateral relationship between countries with South Africa being no exception.
He recounted the numerous contributions of the South African government towards Liberia’s rebuilding process, stating that, the government of President George Weah appreciates the tireless efforts of South Africa in the reconstruction process of Liberia.
Speaker Chambers emphasized the readiness of the Liberian Government to undertake serious diplomatic business ventures that will help in bringing development to the country and its people.
“Liberia is ready for business with South Africa. Our anticipation is that we want to be on par with other countries by bringing total relief to the country’s economy and its people,” he said.
According to Speaker Chambers, the George Weah led government will do everything possible in its power to bring economic relief to its people despite daunting global economic challenges.
He said as the country reawakens its diplomatic sector, he remains optimistic that dividends from these extended (diplomatic) relationships will have a positive impact on the country’s economy.
For his Part, Ambassador Moodley lauded the Government of Liberia for the sustenance of peace after the departure of United Nations peacekeepers from the country.
The South African Ambassador accredited near Monrovia expressed hope that whatever supports his country will give Liberia will be used for the revitalization of the country’s economy.
The South African diplomat said his government remains unbending to ensuring that sufficient aids are given to the Liberian government for the immediate recovery of the country’s developmental agenda in the wake of economic constraints facing Liberia under the administration of President George Weah.