VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH N. BOAKAI AND ISREALI AMBASSADOR DISCUSS KEY INVESTMENT AREAS
Monrovia, November 22, 2016-`
Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has stressed the importance of establishing small scale processing facilities for local fishermen that could serve as source of income for local fishing communities along the coast of Liberia.
Vice President Boakai said the Government of Liberia is willing to work with partners and institutions that have the capacity to invest in the processing of fish something he said could contribute to the economy of the country.
He was speaking Tuesday on Capitol Hill when the Israeli Ambassador to Liberia with residence in Accra, Ghana, His Excellency Ami Mehl paid a courtesy call on him.
Vice President Boakai welcomed the Israeli Ambassador to his Office and praised Ambassador Mehl for achieving so much in a relatively short period of time.
Ambassador Mehl, who led a three man investment team from SOCEM, the Pacific Capital Corporation, and Professor Tanko Mouhammadou from the European Union said, he was in Monrovia to discuss a number of projects including energy, mining and agriculture and pointed out that there are already a number of documents in the system for the realization of these project.
Ambassador Mehl was accompanied to the Office of the Vice President by foreign Ministry officials, a release from the Office of the Vice President said.
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