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24th June 2018

Liberia and Guinea's Invitations to Maada Bio Usher the Spirit of Mano River Union! 

By a press release (11/05/18)

In the spirit of the Mano River Union (MRU), President Julius Maada Bio has positively responded to the invitations by Liberia and Guinea.


The Office of the Press Secretary informed the general public that President Bio paid one-day official visit to the Liberian capital Monrovia and then to Conakry, the Guinean capital on Tuesday May 8. (Photo: Presidents Bio and Weah embraced in Liberia).

Reports say President Bio and delegation arrived at the Roberts International Airport near Monrovia where President George Weah welcomed his counterpart and later proceeded to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to a rousing reception in honour of the Sierra Leone leader.

Presidents Weah and Bio held fruitful discussions in the spirit of MRU on peace and security, economic development and the strengthening of bilateral ties between the two MRU member states. This was President Bio's first visit to Liberia following the March presidential elections.

As a former military officer, President Bio served with the ECOWAS Monitoring Group (ECOMOG) in the 1990s to restore peace in war torn Liberia.
He and delegation departed Liberia the same day.

Later on Tuesday President Bio and delegation departed Monrovia for Conakry where the Guinean President Alpha Condé happily received the Sierra Leone leader at the Gbessia International Airport in continuation of the Mano River Union spirit.

President Maada Bio used his visits to Liberia and Guinea to officially extend invitations to both the Liberian and Guinean leaders to attend his inauguration ceremony scheduled this Saturday May 12, 2018 in Freetown.

Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea constitute the MRU. President Bio also recently visited Abidjan in continuing the bilateral relations between Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast. He also invited the Ivorian President Quattara to the inauguration.

Courtesy: Office of the Press Secretary


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