Diplomatic Conflict Kosovo, Serbia Clash Over Liberia’s Position

When Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia a decade ago, the tenderfoot government in Pristina began a staunch duel with Belgrade to be recognized by the world. With 53 countries recognizing Kosovo's long-sought statehood in...

Liberia Commits to UN Convention Against Corruption

Liberia has expressed its commitment to the full implementation of the provisions of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). Representing the Government of Liberia at the Ninth Resumed Session of the Implementation Review Group...

Liberia Backs Australia’s Push for Maritime Reform

The Liberian Registry has confirmed its support for an initiative by Australia calling on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reconsider transparency and the role of industry bodies in the organisation. Liberia is the largest...

Chinese company fined for smuggling fish From Liberia

Chinese fishing company Africa Zhong Sheng Hai has been fined US$50,000 by Liberia’s National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) for allegedly smuggling a whole consignment of fish. In a statement, NaFAA said the company on...

LWSC Boss on Introducing Green Technology to Increase Water Supply

  Investing in the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) to improve the country’s water network through the rehabilitation and expansion of distribution services would make the supply of pipe borne water affordable and reliable,...

Finance Minister Praises LRA’s Role

The Minister of Finance and Development Planning Samuel Tweah on Friday (June 15, 2018) visited the headquarters of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) and assured the Authority of President George M. Weah’s full commitment...

MCC High Level Delegation Visits Liberia Today

A high-level delegation of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) arrives in Liberia Monday, June 18, 2018 for a two-day visit. The delegation will highlight progress on project implementation under the compact signed October 2015 between...

Roads Will be My Legacy – President Signs Loan Agreements

  President George Weah has signed into law, the Elton Financing and EBOMAF SA Loan Agreements. The legislatured ratified the two agreements for the construction and pavements of 830 kilometers road network. In a statement delivered...

Liberia Seeks More Revenue to Sustain Debt

Domestic resource mobilization is critical to Liberia’s debt sustainability, Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel D. Tweah, Jr. has said. The Minister made the statement recently in Paris France following the signing of the Convention...

S/Court Denies 20 Government Officials seeking exemption from bar exams

The Supreme Court of Liberia has denied 20 attorneys who used their status as officials in the current government to request the court for exemption on admission to its bar as counselors-at-law. The 20 attorneys...