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U.S. Embassy Monrovia Press Statement

(Monrovia, Thursday, July 24, 2014) — We are aware of reports that several Liberian government officials had their U.S. visas cancelled recently. Under U.S. law, we cannot comment on individual visa cases. That said, the partnership between the United States and Liberia remains strong. We have worked together through many difficult times. We are committed ...
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Young Liberian leader, part of Obama initiative, studies at Wagner College in New York City

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y., USA — For the last 5 weeks, Samuel Duo of Liberia has been part of a group of 25 young African leaders from 19 sub-Saharan countries who have been studying civic leadership/engagement and nonprofit organization management at Wagner College, in the New York City borough of Staten Island. The Wagner College cohort ...
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U.S. Embassy Highlights Closed Bilateral Ties

Monrovia, July 11 – Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac highlighted the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders (YALI) Program and the upcoming U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit as examples of the countries’ close collaboration in remarks at a U.S. Independence Day reception (July 3). In addressing the audience of 750 government officials, ...
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U.S. Government Donates Personal Protective Equipment to Support the Response to the Ebola Outbreak

Monrovia, Liberia—The U.S. Government has donated another supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the World Health Organization to support the international response to the Ebola outbreak which is affecting Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. The donation, including aprons, face masks, gowns, caps and cadaver bags, are in addition to a previous donation by the ...
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