Recently, U.S. Ambassador to Liberia Deborah Malac met with the Liberian U.S. Delegation in Liberia. The U.S. Delegation included Cynthia Lynn Blandford, Honorary Consul General Republic of Liberia, Georgia, Dr. David Smith, Savannah State University and Dr.  Emmanuel Naniuzeyi. The photo above is of the Ambassador and the Delegation at the Ambassador’s residence in Monrovia, Liberia.

 

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Beautiful Resorts in Liberia

On December 2, 2010, in About Liberia, Tourism, by lcga

Liberia boast some of the most beautiful resorts in Africa., one such destination is the RLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas located in the beachfront city of Paynesville, Liberia.

Conveniently located just twenty-five minutes from Roberts Field International Airport in Monrovia, the RLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas provides first-class amenities catering to international travelers – both leisure and business.

Spanning across thirteen acres of oceanfront property, the seventy-eight villa-styled rooms are comprised of two presidential suites, eight executive suites, and sixty-six standard luxury rooms.  Casual and formal dining, as well as afternoon tea is available at Posh, the hotel’s modish restaurant, located in the main building. Additionally, the pool bar offers healthy snacks and light fare in a luxurious yet relaxing atmosphere. If you care to dine in private, the hotel offers in-room dining services day and night.
A full-service spa and fitness center complement the property, providing a calming and rejuvenating experience.  For the business minded traveler, the RLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas offers full service business amenities along with meeting and function space for business and personal events.

RLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas is poised to become Liberia’s vibrant center of economic rejuvenation and world-renowned hospitality.


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Singing of Port Authority Agreement

On November 4, 2010, in Consulate News, by Liberian Consulate

Georgia Ports Authority and Liberia National Port Authority
to Sign Historic Memorandum of Understanding

Savannah, Ga., July 30, 2010 – The Georgia Ports Authority and the Liberia National Port Authority will sign a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Wednesday, August 4, 2010.

GPA’s Executive Director Curtis J. Foltz, Honorary Consul General for the Republic of Liberia Cynthia Blandford Nash, the Managing Director from the Port Authority of Liberia, Matilda Parker and elected officials will speak before the signing ceremony, which will be followed by a port tour.

The MOU agreement provides both parties the opportunity to promote a strong working relationship and exchange information and expertise in the areas of marketing, operations and information technology. The agreement also calls for concerted efforts to expand international trade by supporting both parties’ market presence in their respective countries and with common customers.

The GPA also has similar strategic partnerships with the Suez Canal Authority, Panama Canal Authority, Shanghai International Port Group, Sydney Ports Corporation, the Port of Veracruz and the Port of Shimizu in Japan.

MOU Liberia and Georgia-2010