24 July 2014

Liberia: Press Statement

Photo: Liberia Government
U.S Ambassador Deborah Ruth Malac and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

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 to supporting Liberia and her people as they seek to foster democracy and economic growth and to rebuild the country.

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