September 11, 2009 An Historic Sister City Agreement was signed between Greenville Sinoe County Liberia and Greenville Mississippi, USA. The Memorandum of Understanding provides both parties the opportunity to promote international trade, arts, and culture, education and health initiatives in order to build strong relationships between the two communities.  The Honorary Counsel General worked closely with the Greenville Development Association leadership in Atlanta, Georgia, the Mayor of Greenville, Mississippi and Robert Nash, others including Ambassador Sylvester Grigsby, the Mayor of Greenville Sinoe County, Barbara Ann Moore Keah, the Senior Senator & Chairman of the Sinoe Legislative Caucus, the Honorable Mobtu Vlah Neyenpan, the Senator and Vice Chairman, Sinoe Legislative Caucus, The Honorable Joseph N. Nagbe,  the President of the Liberian American Partnership Initiative, Wilfred T. Harris and others in forming this collaborative partnership.  The signing took place during a trade and investment mission trip to Liberia.

2 Responses to “Historic Sister City Agreement was signed between Greenville Sinoe County Liberia and Greenville Mississippi, USA.”

  1. James N. Gedeo says:

    Hi Gentlemen,
    I am James N. Gedeo, a business student at the University of Liberia Originated fron Sinoe County, Liberia. I am very excited for such an agreements, and thanks the State of Mississippi Usa of not forgetting our county Sinoe , which was formally known as Mississippi in Africa.

  2. Mike S. Naklen, Sr. says:

    Great opportunity for Sinoe County capital. The initiative of signing this MOU is actually to the advantage of Greenville, Sinoe County, Liberia. What is its status as of this date?

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