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  The President of the Republic HE Dr George Manneh Weah together with a government delegation left on Friday September 16 2022 for the United States of America to attend the 77th Period of Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly UNGA The United Nations General Assembly is one of the six main organs of the United Nations UN and acts as the main deliberative normative and representative organ of the world body The president will join other world leaders who are expected to address the august body on multidimensional global issues such as security peace the economy and many other conditions facing their respective countries As he did in his previous speeches President Weah is expected to highlight the transformative development drives that his administration has embarked on including issues of governance peace health economy as well as peace and reconciliation This is President Weah s fifth appearance at the UNGA since he took office in 2018 two of which were virtual due to the COVID 19 pandemic During the absence of the President the Minister of Justice and Attorney General Cllr Frank Musa Dean will act as President of the Cabinet in consultation with the Vice President through mobile phone contact with the President
President Weah leaves to attend the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly

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The President of the Republic, HE Dr. George Manneh Weah, together with a government delegation, left on Friday, September 16, 2022 for the United States of America to attend the 77th Period of Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

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The United Nations General Assembly is one of the six main organs of the United Nations (UN), and acts as the main deliberative, normative and representative organ of the world body.

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The president will join other world leaders who are expected to address the august body on multidimensional global issues such as security, peace, the economy and many other conditions facing their respective countries.

As he did in his previous speeches, President Weah is expected to highlight the transformative development drives that his administration has embarked on, including issues of governance, peace, health, economy, as well as peace and reconciliation.

This is President Weah’s fifth appearance at the UNGA since he took office in 2018, two of which were virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the absence of the President, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Cllr. Frank Musa Dean, will act as President of the Cabinet in consultation with the Vice President through mobile phone contact with the President.

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